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Mereliaiits ainl Bunkers' Almaiiar, 1§70. 

IMPORTANT ! 

TERWILLIGER & CO., 

PATKNTKES and MANUrACTUREBS OF 

WIELDED STEEL ^ISTD IROTST 

Burglar-Proof Safes, 

BANK VAULTS, VAULT DOORS, fc., 

IHaiiiifactory, ISO to 193 WEST HOVSTON ST., SiEW TORK 



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Oiir New and Improved Steel Outside Suriajce 

BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES 

are made upon an entirely New Principle, with solid angle Steel and Iron Frames, front and 
back, and secured by our Patent Welded Steel and Iron Twisted Conical Bolts. 

Tlie construction of the Safe is such that it effectually prevents either "Stripping." 
" WoJging," " IWllinjf," or " Breaking," {this cannot he mtd of any oUier Safe made,) and 
every one is 8.>ld subject to the severest practical tests. 

Our Patent Combination of Steel and Iron, inelded together, prevents the successful use of 
the tools of the Bursar ; the hardened steel resisting the action of the drill or circular cutter 
while the tenacity of the ^NToug-ht Iron secures the plates from being broken by the blows 
of a sledge or hammer. 

Having Ixx^n in the Safe bosineas and connected with the working of Steel and Iron for 
many years, during which time we have made very many experiments and tests of these 
metals, we now b«^lieve wo have constructed a Safe which will DEFY BURGLARS. 

We also furnish and put on our Safes any Combination Locks desired at manufacturers' 
prices. 

We are now makinpf and are prepared to furnish any desired style of Burglar-Proof work 
from the above material, which we sell subject to public test, if desired. Bankers or Mer- 
chants in need of Burjdar-Proof Safes will find it to their advantage to address or call upon 
I U8 before parchasiDg elsewhere, 

TERWILLIGER & CO., New York. 



H.er§lia^v's Improved Burj^lar-Proof Sales, hcc baek ol' Title pag^e. 



AMERICAN STEAM SAFE COBlf PANY 



Safe Manufacturers 



Treasury Department 



U. S. GOVEEUMENT. 




Agents Fon 
SARGENT'S CELEBRATED 

BANK LOCKS, 

Lately adopted by the 

U. S. GOVEENMENT. 

IVXanxif actxix^ers of 

*^^ AVEL.T>E13 STEEL A]VT> II^OIV " 

BANK VAULTS AND BURGLAR -PROOF SAFES, 

Also, STEAM FIRE -PROOF SAFES, 

AXn DEALERS IX TUB BEST Ji A\K AND SAFE LOCKS. 

t*?" The Safes of this Company are noted for then- unequalled pecnrity against Fire and Burglars. 
^<?° Efnir (fotd JI<'(i*ils hare hei-u mnt lulrd tlicsc Sajcs. 

i^^^ Tins Company received orders from more than t^ixty Bankt* durintrthe year 18()0, and all their work is 
warraaitcd to give eulire satislaction. Send lor Circulars containing references and lull description of Safes. 

AMEmCAN STEAM SAFE COMPANY, 

Xetc Yorkf 300 Broadtcay, Bosiom, GO & €4 Sudbury St. Baltimore, iiS South St. 

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CAXM LOCK^S, SAFES, &c., 
E. 3X. lyJCcPIIEIJSOlV, IS ST>^TE HT., BOSTOr^. 



HALL'S SAFE & LOCK COMPANY, 



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HALL'S PATENT CONCRETE FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES 

AND VIdTOR AXD CHRONOMETER COMBINATION BANK LOCKS. 

u^" The only Safes that has never been destroyed by fire, or robbed by burglars during the last twenty- 
four years. 



'riic Merchants nnfl Bankers' Aliiianar, for ISrO. ill | 



NAMES OF BANKERS, 

AND 0THEH8, 
WHOSE CARDS ARE INSERTED IN "THE MERCHANTS AND BANKERS* ALMANAC." 



Envelopes addre^ed to all the National Banks, State Batiks, Private Bankers, Savings Banks, InMvranet 
Companiet, and Railroad Companies, in the United States, may be had at the office of Vie Bankers' Magazine. 

Vie Cards of Bank* and Bankers {one quarter of a page) will be inserted to order in the Bankers' Maga- 
zine {monthly) at THIRTY DOLLARS per annum. Tlie same in the Merchatits and Bankers' Almanac for 
1311, at Twenty-five Dollars. Or in both icorks, FIFTY DOLLARS. 

Orders for cards in Vie Merchants and Bankers' Almanac for 1871, will be received until December 1, 18T0. 



PAGK. PLACE AND 8TATE. NAlfK. NEW YORK CORRESPONUEITr^ 

23 Ala., Eufaula Eufaula Home Insurance Co. . . .John H. Watson & Co. 

23 Ark., Little Rock. . .Merchants National Bank Importers and Traders Nat. Bank. 

24 Cal., San Francisco. .Bank of California Lees & Waller. 

23 Col., Denver First National Bank Fourth National Bank. 

24 Conn., Hartford W. L. Matson Ketcham & Clark. 

23 " New Haven . E. S. Scranton & Co W. T. Hatch & Son. 

24 I>. C, Washington. .National Bank of Republic Merchants' National Bank. 

7 " " . .Jay Cooke & Co Jay Cooke & Co. 

25 " " . .Lewis Johnson & Co National Park Bank. 

3.1 <^ u .Rittenhouse, Fowler & Co Lock wood & Co. 

25 " " . .Middleton & Co L. Kountze. 

50 Geo., Augusta Branch Sons & Co National Park Bank. 

25 " Macon First National Bank American Exchange Nat. Bank. 

27 III., Alton Alton National Bank Metroix)litan National Bank. 

26 " Chicago Marine Company Howes & Macy. 

23 " " Mechanics' National Bank Metropolitan National Bank. 

27 " " .Hibernian Banking Association. .Fulton National Bank. 

27 " " State Savings Association American Exchange Nat. Bank. 

26 " " A. C. & O. F. Badger Chemical National Bank. 

67 " " The Advance 

23 *' " The Western Bank Note Co 

28 " Springfield . . . .First National Bank Ninth National Bank. 

28 " " Springfield Savings Bank Central National Bank. 

28 " " Jacob Bunn American Exchange Nat. Bank. 

28 " Bioomington . . F. K. Phoenix Nurseries. 

30 I lid.. Fort Wayne. .Fort Wayne National Bank Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

29 " Indianapolis. .Indianapolis Insurance Co Howes & Macy. 

62 " " . . Woollen, Webb & Co National Trust Co. 

29 Iowa, Do Witt Pitkin C. Wright A. Corbin & Co. 

44 " Hamburg D. J. McCann & Co Importers & Traders. 

29 I4an§., Atchison Atchison Savings Bank American Exchange Nat. Bank. 

29 *' Junction City. James Streeter & Co Fourth National Bank. 

38 •' Leaven worth.Hines & Eaves National Trust Co. 

30 K.y., Louisville Gibson & Hemler Safe Manufacturers. 

31 " " Falls City Tobacco Bank Merchants' National Bank. 

31 " *" German Insurance Co National Park Bank. 

31 " " Western Ins. & Banking Co Central National Bank. 

31 I..a., New Orleans. . .Townsend & Lyman Howes & Macy. 

32 ^<l^ Baltimore Buckman Brothers & Co Trevor & Colgata 

32 " " McKim & Co Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

32 " " Brown, Lancaster & Co Jjancaster. Brown & Ca 

35 ^as§., Boston Fogg Brothers & Bates E. D. Randolph & Co. 

1 " " Charles E. Kershaw Burglar Proof Safes. 

35 " " Tower, Giddings & Torrey Vermilye & Co. 

35 ** " Jarvis Williams & Sons. .*. E. D. Randolph & Co. 

8 " " Blake Brothers & Co Blake Brothers & Co. 

59 " " E. M. MclMierson Pillard Batik Locks. 

33 ITlicii., Port Huron. .John Johnston & Co Henry Clewes & Co. 

33 " " ..John Miller & Son Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

33 iTllǤ., Vicksburg VicksburgBank National Park Bank. 

33 " " ... .Mississippi Valley Bank Manhattan Bank. 

30 i9II«tg., Columbus Columbus Ins. & Banking Co Amc>rican Exchange Nat. Bank, 



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The Mei*ehaiit§ and Banker»i' Alinanao, for 1§70. 


PAGE. 


PLACE AND STATE. 


NAME. 


NEW TORK COIIHEPPONDENT. 


bu Ho., 


St. Louia 


. . First National Bank 


. .Ninth Naticmal Bank. 


41 




" 


. .Central Savings 


.Eugene Kellv & Co. 


40 




•* 


..German Savings Institution.. 


.Mercantile National Bank. 


40 




" 


..Franklin Savings Institution.. 


. .American Exchange Nat. Bank. 


87 




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. .Broadway Savings Bank 


. .Chatham National Bank. 


37 




" 


. .Franklin Av. German Savings. . 


.American Exchange Nat. Bank. 


37 




" 


. .National Loan Bank 


• Jav Cooke & Co. 


H7 




ti 


. . U. S. Savings Institution 


. .MetroiMjlitan National Bank. 


38 




*' 


. . Levison & Blythe 




40 




** .... 


. .S. A. Gaylord & Co 


.Stone, Nichols & Co. 


41 




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. . Au<>^ust Gast & Co 




36 
36 


<< 


*i 




.Merchants' National Bank. 
. . National Bank of Commerce. 


.National Bank State of Mo 


36 


" 


« 


. .State Savings Association 


. American Exchange Nat. Bank. 


39 


" 


u 


. .Allen, Copp & Nisbet 


..Bank of New York. 


41 


*« 


" .... 


. . BariholoNv, Lewis & Co 


. . North rup & Chick. 


42 


" 


" 


..Beard & Brother 


.Excchim- Fire Proof Safes. 


m 


" 


Hannibal .... 


.Joseph G. Easton & Co 


. . Bank of America. 


38 


" 


Kansas City. 


.German Savings Association.. 


. .Northrup & Chick. 


42 


" 


St. Joseph . . . 


. .State National Bank 


. .Ninth National Bank. 


39 


<< 


Weston 


. .Railey & Brother 


. National Park Bank 


39 


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Weston 


.Platte Savings Institution . . . 


. . American Exchange Nat. Bank. 


44 Neb, 


, Nebraska City.D. J. McCann & Co . 


. Bank North America. 


44 


" 


Omaha City 


.First National Bank 


. .Central National Bank. 


45 


" 


" 


.Central National Bank 


. .Ninth National Bank. 


45 


" 


i« 


.Caldwell, Hamilton & Co 


. . American Exchange Nat. Bank. 


1 45 IV 


.€. 


, Raleif^li 


.Raleigh National Bank 


. . National Bank of Republic. 


46 Ohio, Ciiiciuaati. . 
43 " 


.Third National Bank 


. .Ocean National Bank. 
. . National Park Bank. 


. Commercial Bank 


43 


« 


« 


.Gilmore. Dunlap & Co 


. . Merchants' National Bank. 


47 


'* 


•' 


.First National Bank 


. . t entral National Bank. 


1 
46 


u 


" ;;. 


.Hall's Safe and Lock Co 




.S. S. Davis &Co 


. . Kuhn, Loeb & Co. 


47 


" 


" 


. Lafavette Bank 


. . Bank of America. 


47 


" 


" 


.Joseph A. Hemann & Co 


. .Howes & Mac V. 


46 
30 


« 


n 


. N. G. Nettelton & Co 


. . Winslow, Lanier & Co. 


• Strobridgo & Co Engravers 




14 
43 


« 


Columbus. . . 


.Ehrgott & Krebs, Engravers. . 
.Hay den, Hutcheson & Co 




. .Peter Hayden. 


46 


'* 


" 


.Central Bank 


. . Howes & Macv, j 


49 Pa.. 


Philadelphia. . . 


.Third National Bank 


. .Tenth National Bank. 


48 


« 


« 


. Union National Bank 


. National Park Bank. 


48 




" 


.Henrv G. Gowen 


..E. D. Randolph & Co. 


48 




"■ 


.Jay Cooke & Co 


. .Jav Cooke & Co. 


49 




" 


. Drexel & Co 


. .Drexel, Winthrop & Co. 


i 48 




" 


. Gleudinning, Davis & Co 


. .Gleudinning, Davis & Amory. 


1 48 




*e 


.William Painter & Co 


. .Jay Cooke & Co. 


49 




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.D. C. W. Smith & Co 


..E. D. Randolph & Co. 


59 
51 


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Pittsburgh... 


. Bo wen & Fox 




.Coalmen's Trust Co 


. . Winslow, Lanier & Co. 


51 


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.Merchants k Manuf. Nat. Bank. 


..Third National Bank. 


50 

50 


" 


" 


.National Trust Co 




. N. Holmes & Son 


. .Metropolitan National Bank. 


50 




" 


. Semple & Jones 


. .National Shoe & Leather Bank. 


50 
51 
61 




" 


. Fifth Avenue Bank 


. .Third National Bank. 
..Third National Bank. 
..Jay Cooke & Co. 


Tidioute .'.*.'.!. 


. People's National Bank 


• Grandin Brothers 


61 




Washington . . 


. Samuel Hazlett 


. .Ninth National Bank. 


52 R 

52 S. 


.1. 


, Providence. . . 
, Charleston . . . 


.First National Bank 


. .Fourth National Bank 


•James H. Wilson 


. . Duncan, Sherman & Co. 


54 Teiih., xMemphis. . . 


.First National Bank . . 


. .National Park Bank. 


54 


•' 


" 


. Merchants' National Bank 


. .Metropolitan National Bank. 


54 


" 


(( 


.Citizens Union Bank 


. .Jay Cooke & Co. 


55 


« 


" 


. Union and Planters Bank 


..P. M. Myers & Co. i 


54 Ten 


II., Memphis. . 


. .Emmet Bank 


. . Howes & Macy. 


53 
53 


" 


Nashville. . . 


.First National Bank 


. .Fourth National Bank. 


.Second National Bank 


. .Fourth National Bank. 


53 T<?ii 11., Nashville. 


.Third National Bank 


. .Manhattan Company. 




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The l»Icreliaiit» and Bankers' Almanac, for l§rO. 



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PAGE. PI^CB AND 8TATK. 

52 Tenn., Nashville. 
52 Te\a"*, Galveston. 



Va., Norfolk. 



NAXE. KEW TOBK CORRESPONDENT. 

. .Fourth National Bank Fourth National Bank 

. M. K()i)porl Chemical Nuticjnal Bank, 

..National Bank of Texas American Exchange N. B. 

.First National Bank National Park Bank. 

.Burruss, Son & Co Ninth National Bank. 



Petersburg First National Bank First National Bank. 

" Planters & Mechanics' Sav's Bank..North Biver Bank. 



" , . Citizens' Savings Bank Imix)rters & Traders Nat. Bank. 

Thomas Branch & Sons Central National Bank. 

Richmond First National Bank First National Bank. 

" Planters' National Bank National Park Bank. 

" Wm. B. Isaacs 5: Co Howes & Macy. 

" Thomas Branch & Co Central National Bank. 

" Lancaster & Co Lancaster, Brown &; Co. 

, Milwaukee First National Bank Central National Bank. 

Milwaukee National Bank National Park Bank. 

South Side Savings Bank National Shoe & Leather Bank. 

" ... .National Exchange Bank Mercantile National Bank. 

14 Fr:inee, Paris Munroe & Co John Munroe & Co. 

i) " " Drexel, Haijes & Co Drexel, Winthrop & Co. 

8 Saxony, Leipsic. . . .Knauth, Nachod & Kuhne Knauth, Nachod & Kuhna 

11 luU'^lund, London...Bank of Br. North America Agency, 17 Nassau St. 



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W E ^V YORK CITY. 



PAGE 

9 American National Bank, 544 Broadway. 
11 Bank of British N. America, 17 Nassau. 

6 Central National Bank, 322 Broadway. 

5 Fourth National Bank, 16 Nassau. 

15 National Currency Bank, 2 Wall. 

()2 Ninth National Bank, 363 Broadway. 
8 Mercantile Mutual Ins. Co., 35 Wall. 

64 Mutual Life Ins. Co., 146 Broadway. 
62 The Safe Deposit Co., 146 

6 The Sun Insurance Co., 54 Wall. 

65 New York Life Ins. Co.. 110 Broadway. 

16 Niagara Insurance Co., 12 Wall. 

19 Washington Ins. Co., 172 Broadway. 
16 J. B. Alexander & Co., 19 Nassau. 

6 Asa Bigelow, 25 Nassau. 

8 Blake Brothers & Co., 52 Wall. 

9 D. A. Boody, 12 Wall. 

9 Bowles Brothers & Co.. 19 William. 

8 J. L. Brownell & Brother. 28 Broad. 

7 Henry Clews & Co., 32 Wall. 

7 Jay Cooke & Co., 1 Nassau. 

9 Drexel, Winthrop & Co., 18 Wall. 

11 Duncan, Sherman & Co., 9 Nassau. 

10 All>ert Frank & Brother, 17 Broad. 

10 (Tibson, Beadleston & Co.. 50 Excli. PL 
16 (ireenleaf, Norris & Co., 66 Exch. PI. 
22 Glendinning, Davis & Amory, 17 Wall. 
22 Harney & Searles, 24 Broad. 

20 Hatch & Foote, 12 Wall. 

10 W. T. Hatch & Son, 34 Wall. 

61 Peter Havden, 24 Nas-sau. 

10 Hedden, Winchester & Co., 4 Wall. 

12 Howes & Macy, 30 Wall. 

21 S. W. Hopkins & Co., 71 Broadway. 

12 Kennedy, Hutchinson & Co.. 40 Wall. 

13 Kotchum, Phipps & Belknap, 24 Broad. 
5 James Q. King's Sons, 54 William 

8 Knauth. Nachod & Kuhne, 51 Broad. 

12 Luther Kountze, 52 Wall. 

13 EJwanl Laml)ert. 12 Wall. 

13 Lawrence Brotheis & Co., 16 Wall. 

14 Lloyd, Hamilton & Co., 48 Exck PI. 



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12 L. S. Lawrence & Co., 164 Nassau. 

21 Litchfield, Dana & Stimson, 18 William. 
24 Lees & Waller, 35 Pine. 

22 Wm. F. Ladd, 25 Wall. 

13 Lancaster, Brown & Co., 23 Nassau. 

20 Leonard, Sheldon & Foster, 10 Wall. 
61 Joseph N. T. Levick, 54 Wall. 

6 Lockwood & Co., 94 Broadway. 

14 McKim Brothers & Co., 47 WaU. 

16 Martin & Runyon, 40 Wall. 
14 Morton, Bliss & Co., 30 Broad. 
14 John Munroe & Co., 8 Wall. 
34 A. H. Nicolay, 43 Pine. 

42 Georgfj; Ofxiyke & Co., 25 Nassau. 

17 J. J. Pardee & Co., 11 Wall. 

49 Edmund D. Randolph & Co., 3 Nassan. 

18 Rider & Cortis. 73 Broadway. 

21 C. B. Richard & Boas, 6 Barclay. 

17 Fred'k Schuchardt & Sons, 40 Exch. PI. 
17 Wm. Alexander Smith & Co., 40 Wall. 

17 Otis D. Swan & Co.. 50 Wall. 

18 Stout & Dickinson, 25 Broad. 

18 Stoker, Tavlor & Co.. 21 Nassau. 

18 Taussig, Fisher & Co., 82 Broad. 

19 Vermilve & Co., 16 Nassjiu- 

19 Wells, Fargo & Co., 84 Broadway. 

20 Williams & Quion, 29 Broadway. 
78 Francis & Loutrel, 45 Maiden Lane. 

1 American Steam Safe Co., 300 Broadway. 
68 Hurd & Houghton. 459 Broome. 
— Reed St Barton, 2 Maiden Lane {cover). 

62 Sage, Sons & Co., Buffalo. N. Y. 

60 Savannah Steamship Co., 61 South. 

58 Geo. Edw. Sears, 45 William. 

59 T. G. Sellew & Co., 176 Fulton. 
66 Steinway & Sons, 109 East 14th. 

63 Taylor & Francis, 63 Broad. 

1 Terwilliger & Co., 180 W. Houston {cover). 
59 Van Kleek. Clark & Co.. 49 Cetlar. 
62 McKillop & Sprngne, Commercial Agency. 
75 The New York Albion, 41 Nassau. 



NMuW YORK. 



Capital, .... $5,000,000. 



THE FOURTH NATIONAL BANK 

OP THE CITY OP NEW YORK 



NASSAU STBEET, COB. OF JPINB STREET. 



DII^EOTOI^S 



EDWIN HOTT, JOHN M. FURMAN, 

GEORGE OPDYKE, T. G. CHURCHILL, 

JOSEPH B. HOYT, HENRY SWIFT, 

CHARLES L. ANTHONY. JOSEPH STUART, 

P. C. CALHOUN. 

PHILO C. CALHOUN, President. B. SEAMAN, Cashier. 

JOSEPH STUART, Vice-President. ANTHONY LANE, Assistant-Cashier. 

JAMES G. KING'S SONS, 

No. 54 WILLIAM STREET, 

NEW YORK. 

ISSUE LETTERS OE CREDIT FOR TRAVELERS IN I:UROPE. 

Buy and Sell Exchange on London and Paris. 

SELL SIGHT DRAFTS ON EDINBURGH AND GLASGOW. 



Stocks and Bonds Bought and Sold 

AT THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. 



Card's in Bankers' Almanac, $25 Annually. 



THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK 

CORNEJi BROADWAY AND rEAUL STREET. 



DIRECTORS: 

Hexrt a. Smythe, Charles G. LANDoy, William A. "Wheelock, 

Horace B. Claflin, Franx'Is Skiddy, Nathan A. Baldwin, 

F. AV. CoGGiL. SiMO>f Bernheimer, Robert H. Berdbll. 

Robert H. Berdell, 

Subfcriptions received from all the United States Loans. 
"WILLIAM A. WHEELOCK, President. FRANCIS SKIDDY, Yice-President. 

CALEB F. COLES, Cashier. 

LOCKWOOD & CO., 

BANKERS AND BROKERS 

IN GOVERNMENT, RAILWAY, 
AND OTHER SECURITIES, 

94 BRQ J ^D ^V\^A Y. 

AGENCY OF BOSTON COMPANIES. 

{Established in 1836 by Asa Bigelow, Jr.) 

MANUFACTURERS' INS. COMPANY. 

Capital $400,000 Assets ^1,345,772 

MERCHANTS' INS. COMPANY. 

Capital 500,000 Assets 1^15,642 

NATIONAL. 

Capital 30C,000 Assets 911,110 

ELIOT. 

Capital 300,000 Assets 704,171 

NORTH AMERICAN. 

Capital 200,000 Assets 671,104 

IW For Insui-ance, Kenewal of Policy, Settlement of Loans, and all busines* connected with these Com- 
panies, apply to their lejrally-appointed Agent and Attorney, 

ASA BI6EL0W, Jr., Agent, 25 Nassau, cor. Cedar St., New York. 

SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 

INCORPORATED MAY 22, 1841. 

Cash Capital and A(»«ets, Jan. 1, 1869, $1,031,16T 17 

Amount of L.o«»e« paid since ort^anlzatlon of Company, 27,124,594 75 

Amount of Profltw declared and paid In Cash, since organi- 
zation of Coni]>any, 4,507,402 87 

Insures against Marine and Inland Navigation Risks at Low Rates and on favorable terms' 

No Fire Risks taken disconnected from Marine. 

Dealers have the option of participating in the Profits?, or receiving an abatement from 

Premiums, in lieu of Scrip Dividends. 

John p. Pauuson, President Isaac II. Walker, Vice-President. Joun P. NrcnoLS, Secretary. 



Bankers' Cards fn Bankers' I?Iu6:azinc, $30 per Annum. vii 

JAY COOKE & CO., 

Comer of Wall and Nassau Streets, New York 

114 SOUTH THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 

Fifteenth Street (opposite Treasury), Washington, D. 0. 

JAY a^OKE. H. G. FAHNESTOCK. EDWARD DODGE. 

WILLIAM G. MOREHEAD. HENRY D. COOKE. PITT COOKE. 

G. C. THOMAS. J. W. SEXTON. 

We buy, sell, and exchange, at most liberal rates all issues of 

GOVERNMENT BONDS, 

and execute orders for purchase and sale of 

We negotiate RAILROAD and MUNICIPAL LOANS, receive ACCOUNTS of BANKS 
and BANKERS upon favorable terms, and give especial attention to EXCHANGES of 
SECURITIES and other business of NATIONAL BANKS with the Departments at Wash- 
ington. 

JAY COOKE & CO. 



BANKING HOUSE 

OF 



HenryClews&Co, 



32 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. 



Interest allowed on all Daily Balances of Currency or Gold. 

Persons depositing with us can check at sight in the same manner as with 
National Banks. 

Certificates of Deposit issued, payable on demand or at fixed date, bearing 
interest at current rate, and available in all parts of the United States. 

Advances made to our Dealers, at all times, on approved collaterals, at market 
rates of interest. 

We buy. sell, and exchange all issues of Government Bonds at current raark'.'t 
prices, also Coin and Coupons, and execute orders for the purchase and sale of 
Gold and all tirs^class Securities, on commission. 

Gold Banking Accounts may be opened with us upon the same conditions as 
Currency Accounts. 

Railroad, State, City, and other Corporate Loans negotiated. 

Collections made everywhere in the United States, Canada, and Europe. 

Dividends and Coupons collected. 



NEW^ YORK 



BLAKE BROTHERS &. CO., 
AivD coh.hebcial, paper. 

MASSACHUSETTS AND NEW YORK STATE STOCKS, 
Ufiited States Securities, S locks, Bonds, Gold, ^c, bought and sold on Commission. 

No. 52 WALL STREET, New York. 

No. as STATE STREET, BOSTON. 

J. L. BROWNELL & B RO., 

3o. 28 Broad St., NEW YOBK. 



Stocks, Bonds, Gold, and Government Securities bought and sold exclusively on Commissioa. 
Accounts of Bauks, Bankers, and Individuals received on favorable terms. 



REFER BY PERMISSION TO 

The Nat Mechanics' Banking Association, New York. C. B. Blair, President Merchants' Nat. Bank, Chicago 

KNAUTH, NACHOD & KUHNE, 



N£W YORK, LEIPZIG, Saxony, 

AND 

51 EROAD ST. 85 BRUHL. 

BRAW IIV SUMS TO SUIT 

On the principal cities of Germany, Switzerland, England, France, Sweden, Norway, 
Holland, Belgium, Russia, Italy, Spain, Denmark. &c. 
MAKE COLLECTIONS BY DRAFTS AND POWERS OF ATTORNEY, 
In the above named countries. 

iMftm Letters of Credit for TravellerSj available in all parts of Europe. 



THE 

MERCANTILE MUTUAL MARINE 

INSURANCE COMPANY, 

No. 35 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. 

INCORPORATED APRIL, 1842. 
CAPITAL, $1,000,000. ASSETS, $1,500,000. 

This Company takes Marine and Inlnrrl Navisr.ition Risks on Merchandise, Freight, .and Hulls of Vessels. 
On the payment of Premiums a Kebate or Discoimt on the current rates is made in cash as an equivalent for 
the Scrip bividends of a Mutual Company. The amount of such Kel>at«'. being fixed according to the character 
of the business, gives to Dealers a more just apjiortioninont of jtrofits than by the mutual system; and, being 
made in cash, on the payment of premium, is mor»* than equivalent to the c^tih value of the avenijr*' Scrip 
Dividends of Mutu.al Companies. Policies Issueil. makin:r loss payable in Gold in this City, or in Stirling at 
the Office of the Company's Bankers, in Liverpool, if desired. 

ELWOOD WALTER, President. ARCH'D G. MONTGOMERY, Jr., Yice-Pres't. 

C. J. DESPARD, Secretary. AL ANSON W. HEGEMAN, 2d Vice-President. 



NEIV YORK. Ix 



BOWLES BROTHERS &. CO., 

PARIS, NEW YORK, BOSTON. 

Issue Circular Letters of Credit for the use of Travellers abroad. 



DRAFTS ON PABIS, OR THE UNION BANK OF LONDON, IN SUMS TO SUIT. 



Letters forwarded to our care shall have the most careful attention. 

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK, 

54.2 BROAr)^\^AV, ISTew York City. 

CAPITAL ----.>- $500,000. 

DIRECTORS: 
Joseph Pool. J. W. Pottle. 

Jacob Oberholser. "W. F. Mayhon. 

S. A. Hetfield. S. a. Ricker. 

JOSEPH POOL, President. ARTHUR R. PROAL, Cashier. 

^^ City accounts invited. Accounts of country bankers will be taken on liberal terms. 

^^ Collections made on all points in the United States and Canada. 

^" Will promptly execute correspondents' orders for purchase or sale of Uaited States and other 

securities, bonds, stocks, Ac 



D. A. BOODY, 



12 Wall Street, 
NEW YORK CITY. 



DREXEL, WINTHROP & CO., 

No. 18 Wall Street, 

ISSUE LETTERS OF CREDIT FOR TRAVELERS, 

Available iu all parts of Europe, ttirougli 

DREXEL, HARJES & CO., 

No. 3 RUE SCRIBE, PARIS. 



X Cards in Bankers* Almanac, $35 Annually. 

Waltku T. Hatch. Xathaxikl W. T. Hatch. 

W. T. HATCH &L SON, 

34, "Wall Hti-eet, IVew "X^ork. 

General Banking and Brokerage Business transacted. 

UNITED STATES BONDS, and all descriptions of Government Securities 

BOUGHT AND SOLD. 

Interest allowed on balances, subject to draft at sight. 

ty Stocks, Sonds and Gold, bought and sold^ on commission, 

Gibson, Beadleston & Co., 

BANKERS AND BROKERS, 50 EXCHANGE PLACE, 

NEW YORK. 

GOLD, EXCHANGE, AND ALL CLASSES OF SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD. 

Personal aUention g^iven to all orders. 

Interest allowed on Daily Balances of Banks, Bankers, aad others, who may 
check at sight, same as with a Bank. 

JosiAH Hedden. Locke W. Winchester. Robert M. Hedde5. 

HEDDEN, WINCHESTER & CO., 

4: WALL STREET, 
NEA\^ YORK. 

Every description of STOCKS, BONDS, GOVERNMENT SECURITIES and GOLD, 
Bought and Sold On Commission only, 

Albsbt Frank. GifsxAvus J. Fkank. 

ALBERT FRANK & BRC, 

Bankers antr Brokers, 

No. 17 BROAD STREET, 

NEW YORK. 

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD, RAILROAD BONDS, AND STOCKS, 

BOIOUT AVD SOLD ON COMMISSION. 
Collections made in all i»art8 of the United States and Canada. 

DRAFTS ISSUED ON ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF EUROPE. 



London aud IVew York. 



DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO., 

BANKERS. CORNER OF PINE AND NASSAU STREETS, 

NEW YORK. 

ISSUE CIRCULAR NOTES AND LETTERS OF CREDIT FOR TRAVELERS, 
available in all the principal cities of the world. 

Also make transfers of money by telegraph to Europe, the Pacific coast of tTie Uniisd 

States and Cuba. 



THE UNION BANK OF LONDON, 

AS AGENTS FOR MESSRS. DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO., BANKERS, 

NEW YORK. 

Hereby give notice that they will receive money on account of that Firm, for which they 

will issue, free of charge, 

LETTERS OF CREDIT, OR CIRCULAR LETTERS, 

Of £10 and upwards, similar to those in such extensive use on the Continent of Europe and 
elsewhere, payable at all the principal cities and towns in the United btates, Canada, &c. 

THE 

BANKOF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA 



Incorporated by Royal Charter. Capital, £1,000,000 Sterling. 



COURT OF DIRECTORS. 

Henry Boggs. R. H. Glyn. F. Lubbock. 

H. R. Farrer. William Burnley Hume. A. H. Phillpotts. 

Alexander Gillespie. John J Kixgsford. J. Murray Robertson. John Ranking. 

General Manager^ Charles McXab, Montreal. 

Agents in Xexo York. Jqh.v Paton and Archibald McKinlay, 17 Nassau Street. 

San Francisco. J. G. Shepherd and A. S. Fisnie, 411 California Street. 

RRANCHESS TS 

Canada — Quebec, Montreal. Toronto, New Brunswick— ^i. John. 

Kingston, Hamilton, London, British Columbia — Victoria. 
Brantford, Ottawa. " " — Barkerville. 

Kova Scotia — Halifax. 

The Agents in New York grant Drafts on the Bank in London, and on the Branches and 
Agencies in Canada, California, Ac. as above. 

JOHN PATON & A. McKINLAY, 

No. 17 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK. 



NEW YORK. 



BANKING HOUSE OF 

LUTHER KOUNTZE, 

52 AVALL STRE1<:T, N£1¥ YORK. 

Banki, ISaiiker§, IVIercaiilile ririiiM, and Iii€livicliial§ keeping accounts 
with this house, are allowed Interest on <iepo«iis at the rate of Four per cent, per annum on 
current balaueos, the same being at all times subject to check at sight. Statements rendered, 
and Interest credited, monthly. 

Exchange on Bo§toii, Albany, Pliiladclpliia, and Baltimore taken 
from correspondents at par. All miscellaneous business pertaining to Country Bankers 
attended to with promptness and care. 

Collections n)ado throughout the United States and Territories, the British Provinces, 
and Europe Dividends and Coupons collected. 

Orders for tlie purchase or salt' of (Jold. Government and State Bonds, and other First- 
class Securities, executed for the usual commission. 

City, State, and. Railroad Lioaiii^ negotiated. 

HOWES & MACY, BANKERS, 

(THE SAME AS AN INCOltPOUATED BAXK,) 

30 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. 



FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. 



Persons desirous of keeping Bank Accounts in New York, and receiving interest on their 
balances, and have it at all times subject to check on demand, can do so by depositing with 
this Banking House, which allows interest on entire daily balances, at 4 per cent, per annum. 

Persons residing out of the city can remit check by mail, indorsed over to our order, or send currency by 
express, which will be duly acknowledged by mail. 

Collections made on any point of the world with immediate returns at the best current rates. 

Information and advice as to investment of money will be jriven. and orders for the purchase and sale of 
»ny kind of Stocks, Bonds, etc.. promptly executed for the usual commission. 

KENNEDY, HUTCHINSON k CO., 

No. 40 WALL STREET, 

NEW YORK. 

Dealers in Cold, Silver, Government Securities, 6ic. 

cor.ijECTi03srs os^a-ide. 

L. S. LAWRENCE & CO., 

BANKERS, 164 NASSAU STREET, 
NEW YORK. 

Dealers in Exchange, Gold, and Silver. Special attention given to Collections. Stocks, 
Bonds, and Government Securities, bought and. sold, on Commission. 

DRAW 0« AND REFER TO 

The Importers and Traders' National Bank, N. Y. ; The Na^au Bank, N. T. ; Drexel A Co., 
Bankers, Phila.; Sathcr & Company, Bankers, 6an Francisco; Second National Bank, Boston. 



THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK 

OF PHI LADELPHIA, 
IfABEBT Street, Corner op Merrick Street. Erected 1868. 




Ca/piUU, Three Mundred Thousand Dollars, 

President, DAVID B. PAUL Cashier, ROBERT GLENDINNING. 

Jhiffravtd for ♦* THa Mtrahania and Banker*' Almanac /or 1869." 



IVEW YORK CITY. xlll 

FRANKLIN M. KETCHUM. GEORGE PHIPPS. THOMAS BELKNAP, JR. 

Ketchum, Phipps & Belknap^ 

BANKERS AND BROKERS, 

24 BROAD ST., 

NEW YORK. 

Government Securities, Rail Road and other Bonds, Rail Road, Mining and Miscellaneous 

Stocks, Gold and Exchange bought and sold, on Commission. 

Mercantile Paper, and Loans in Currency or Gold, negotiated. 

Interest allowed on deposits. 

EDWARD LAMBERT, 

12 Wall Street, 
NETT YORK, 

STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD AND GOVERNMENTS. 
Speclalite Commercial Paper. 

LAWRENCE BROTHERS &c CO., 

No. 16 Wall Street, 
NEW YORK. 

De Witt C. Lawrence, Member of N. Y. Stock Exchange. 

Cyrus I. Lawrence, Member of N. Y. Stock Exchange. 
John R. Cecil. Darius W. Lawrence. 



Lancaster & Co., Beown, Lancaster & Co., 

Richmond, Ya. Baltimorb, Mr. 

LANCASTER, BROWN & CO., 

23, NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK. 

Give special attention to selling and buying Southern Securities 

on Commission. 

MAKE COLLECTIONS ON ALL JLCCESSIBLE POINTS IN THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, 

AND EUliOPE. 

Collect Dividends and Interest Coupon*. 
Bay and fell Gold and Foreign Exchange, also Gorernmeat and other Seenritiee. 

Negotiate I«oans on Commission. 



NEW YORK CITY 



MUNROE &CO., 

AMERICAN BANKERS, 

JVb. 7, HUE SCRIBE, PABIS, 



JOHN MUNROE&CO., 

No, 8, WAL L S TltEET, N E W Y OliK^ 

Imm Circular Letters of Credit for Travelers in all parts of Europe, Sec 
Bills on Paris in sums to suit 

MORTON, BLISS & CO., 

BANKERS, 
No. 30 Broad Street, NEW YORK, 

Issue Circular Letters of Credit for Travelers, available in all parts of Europe. Also, 

Commercial Credits for use in Ixdia. China, and South America. 

ALLOW INTEREST ON DEPOSITS, 

BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE, MAKE TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS, 

And Draw on MORTON, ROSE & CO., Bartholomew House, Bank, London. 
Hablett McKim. joHjf A. McKix. 

mckim:, brothers & go.. 

No. 47 WALL. STREET, NEW YORK. 

§a»lm mi ^xtkm, 

DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES AND DOMESTIC 
AND STERLING EXCHANGE. 
Stocks, Bonds and Gold Bought and Sold exclusively onj Commission. 
Interest allowed on Deposit Accounts. 

Business Paper collected, and Jialtintore rutida taken on favorable terms. 
^.tivances made on. Satisfactory Seovirities. 



BANKING HOUSE OF 

LLOYD, HAMILTON &. CO., 

48 EXCHANGE PLACE, 

NEW YORK. 

Government Seeuritiei, Stocks, Bonds, Gold and Foreign Exchange, Bought and Sold, 

Strictly on Commission. 

Collections made on all accessible points in the United States and Canadas. 

IXTEBEST ALLOWED OX BALANCES. 

je</erenc«.— National Bakk or xni REprnLic, New York City; Second National Bank. Pittabargh: 

Union National Bank, Philadelphii, Pa.; Harrisbcko National Bank, llarriBburg, Pa. 

German National Bank, Pittsbui^li, Pa. 



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THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK 

OF NEW YORK, 
No. 409 Broadway, 

Erected 1869. 




Capital, Oi^e Million of Dollars. 

President, THOMAS A. VYSE, Jr. Cashier, JOHN T. HILL 

Engraved for the " Merchunts and Bankera' Almanac for ISTO." 



WEW YORK. XV 



National Currency Bank 

No. 2 WALL ST., Cor. Broadway, 
NEW YORK, 



DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS KEPT AS FAVORABLY 
AS BY ANY OTHER BANK. 

INTEREST ALLOWED ON BALANCES BY AGREEMENT. 

COLLECTIONS ON ALL POINTS WITH PEOMPT EETUENS. 



All kinds of First-Class Securities Bought and Sold the same as 

by Private Bankers. 



Tliis Bank unites the advantages of the perfect 

Safety of its Funds, 

enforced by the National Banking Laiv, and the facility 
of doiiif/ general business for its Customers, which is 
insured by the long experience of its officers as I^rivate 
Bankers. 



F. F. THOMPSON, President. 

(Formerly of Thompson BBoxHEBa, Bankers, New York.) 

F. GRANGER ADAMS, Vice-President. 

(Formerly F. Or. Adams, Banker, Chicago, HI.) 

J. H. L. MORFORD, Cashier. 



PROMPT IN BUSINESS AND SAFE IN MANAGEMENT. 



NETT YORK 



A. W. Greenleap. John B. Norris. Bbxson Vak Vliet. 

GREENLEAF, NORRIS & CO. 

Bankers slucI Broliers, 

66 EXCHANGE PLACE, 



Junius B. Alexander. Lawrexc* D. Alexaniwr. 

J. B. ALEXANDER & CO., 

19 Nassau Street, New York, 

ganlim, anil gate iu J^mp #a:i;lBJi|f, 

Collectioii§ made in any part of tbe Union with prranpt returns 
at the lo^vest current rate of Exchange. 

Orders for the purchase or saleof Governmeut, Railroad, and other l^oek§, Boiid»^ and 
Oold, promptly executed for the usual commission. 

G[tt@p@8t stlQwed on Qalanoes^ Subject to Qpaft at §l§lit. 

MARTIN & RUNYON, 

(Successors to AV. B. Mott & Co.,) 

No. 40 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. 
BiALiEIS m aaVgRKMEPfiTS & SPiGEE, 

Stocks and Bonds bought and sold on Commission. Collections made. Accounts solicited 
and interest allowed on Deposits. 

A. P. R. Martin. Enos Runton. TT. B. Mott, Special 

The Niagara Fire Insurance Company, 

OJiFICE, No. 12, WALL STREET, 

Agents at all points, and throughout the West & South in the UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY. 
Cash Capital, $1,000,000 

r>II4ECTORS. 
JONATHAN D. STEIKLE. President. 

David Stewart, Wm. D. Thpmpeon, Coe Adams, A. K. "Walsh, 

John Mortimer, Jr., George F. Thomae, W. W. Parkin, James Colles, Jr., 

J. Taylor Johnston, Lloyd Aspinwall, H. H. "Warden, "W.H.Newman, 

Edward Elaworth, Henry Rowland, F. Schuchardt, F. "W. Coggrill, 

Ezra Wheeler. James Stokes, Lavlrl "Wagstaif, Henry F. Hitch, 

Thomas C. Doremus, Edward L. Hedden, Henderson Mcore, James L. Flint, 
Peter Naylor, Jas. E. Taylor, Danl. S. Schanck, Cyrus P. Smith, 

Joseph W. Meeks, B. G. Arnold, P. Notmau, Geo. St. J. Sheffield. 

Wm. H. Wisner, WilUam "Watt. 

IIEMIY KIP, Secretary. P. NOTOTAN, Vice-President. 



NE1¥ YORK CITY. xvM 



J, JiT Tardke. Dave K, Lkitcu. 

JOHN JAY PARDEE & CO., 

BANKERS AND BROKERS, 11, WALL STREET, 
NEW YORK. 

Dealers in Government Securities and American & Foreign Gold A Silver. 
Afl kiHils of StockSf Honds, Jtc, b«ught ntiil sold on Conitnis^ion. 

COLLBCTIONS MADE ON ALL ACCESSIBLE POINTS 15 THE CSITED STATES AND CANADAS. 

Interest allowed on deposits, subject to draft at sight, 

REFERENCES. 

J. E. SorrHwoRTH, Pres't. Atlfintic Xational Bank, X. Y. ; E. B. Jcdson, Prcs't First National Bank, 
Syracuse, X. Y. ; J. N. Starin, Cashier Cayuga Co. National Bank, Auburn, N. Y.; C Pardee & Co,, 
Bankers, Skaneateles, N. Y. 

OTIS D. SWAN & CO., 

50 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. 



eOVtRNHtiMTT SEOUiRCTriiBS, ST@QKS„ BOMBS, &KB eOtO 

Bought and Sold on Commission. 

FREDERICK SCHUCHARDT &. SONS, 

BANKERS, 

No. 40, EXCHANGE PLACE, 
NEW YORK. 



Draw in sums to suit, at 3 or 60 days' sight. 
On London, Paris, Amsterdam, Hamburg. Bremen, Cologne, Berlin, Frankfort-on-the-Maine, 

Geneva and Zurich. 
ISSUE LETTERS OF CREDIT ON EUROPE. 



WILLIAM ALEXANDER SMITH & CO., 
No. 40 Wall Street, KEW YORK. 



DEPOSITS received and Interest allowed at best Current Rates. 

GOVERNMENT k STATE SECURITIES, GOLD, RAILROAD BONDS, STOCKS, (Stc, 

Bought and Sold on Commission. 

ADVANCES made upon approved Securities. COLLECTIONS made and Loans Negotiated. 

Wm. Alexander SMira. "William T. Meredith. 



NEW YOKK CITY. 



RIDER & CORTIS, 

73 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 

BUCCESHORS TO 

SAMUEL THOMPSON'S ISTEPHE^V^. 

Drafts on the Royal Bank of IroLind, Dublin, dec. ; Grlmshaw A Co., Lirerpool ; 
(L S. Petrie &, Co., London; Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh ; and the principal cities In Germany, Ac 

Country Bankers furnished with Sterling Bills of Exchange, 
and through passage tickets from Euroi)e to all parts of tne United States. 



STOKER, TAYLOR k CO., 

No. 21 NASSAU STREET, 

NEW YORK. 

Bills of Exchange on the City Bank, London ; Bank of Liverpool, LiverpKK)! ; 
The Commercial Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh ; and the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin ; 

Paris, Berlin, Bremen, etc. 

Stocky Bonds, and Crold bought and sold, on Commission. 

The Usual rate of Interest paid on Deposits subject to sight drafts. 

General Partners. Special Partner*, 

T. B. Stout, late of the National Shoe and Leather Bank. A. V. Rtoiit, 

Platt K. Dickinson, late of firm of Wakeman, Gookin & Dickinson. J. B. Dickissok. 

STOUT &L DICKINSON, 

BANKERS AND BROKERS, No. 25 BROAD ST., 
NEW YORK. 

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES GOLD. STOCKS, BONDS, &c., BOUGHT AND SOLD 
ON COI^MISSIOIV. 

Interest allowed on deposits, both of gold and currency, 

which may be checked for at sight as on the city banks. 

LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE UPON GOVERMMENT AND OTHER SECURITIES., 

Collections made wptm aU parts of the United States and Canada. 
THE BUSINESS OF OUR HOUSE WILL BE STRICTLY ON COMMISSION. 

TAUSSIG, FISHER $( CO., 

Bankers and Brokers, 32 Broad Street, 
NEW YORK. 

C^old, StocRs, Bonds »nd Oovernment Securities bought 
and soUl, on Commission. 

Interest allowed on Daily Balance oji accounts of Jia?ds, BankerSj and otltera. 

ORDERS LEFT WITH 

TAUSSIG GEMPP & CO., 323 North Tliiid Street, St. Louis, 

"Will be promptly filled. 



IVEW TORK. CITY. xlx 



VER IVIILYE & CO. 



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16 AXXC5L le 3>a' .A. S S .^^ XT S "X" XI. ZS ZS "F . 

Near tlie U, S. TREASURY, 

Keep constantly on hand, for immediate delivery, all issues of 

UNITED STATES STOCKS 



We give Special Attention to the Sale and Purchase of all 
kinds of Stocks and Bonds. 



Eetums made to Correspondents without delay. 

VERMILYE & CO., 

^ SAFEST AND CHEAPEST SYSTEM OF INSURANCE. 

OUGANIZED DECEMBER, 1S60. 

WASHINGTON INSURANCE CO., 

112 BROADAVAir, NEAV YORK. 

Cash Capital, $400,000. Assets, Feb. 1, 1869, $750,000. 

The policiv-^s entitled to participate receive 75 per cent, of the net profits. 
Average Serip l>ivi€leiid§ for seven years, 45 per eeiit. per annum. 

FIRE, MARINE, AND INLAND NAVIGATION INSURANCE. 

WM. K. LOTHROP, Secretary. G. C. SATTERLKE. President. 

WM. A. SCOTT, Ass't Secretory. HENRY WESTON, Vice-President 

WELLS, FARGO & CO., 

:iSrO. 84, BRO-A^DTST^TT, 

N E W YO R K . 

TELEGEAPH TEANSPEES OP MOXET TO OALIPOENIA AITD OEEGON. 

Exchange for sale on San Francisco, London, Dublin, and PanS/ 

WELLS, FARGO & CO., 

84 Broadway, New York. 



; XX NEW YORK. 




D. B. HATCH, C. B. FOOTE, 

Member New York Stock Exdiange. Member New York Stock Exchange and New York Gold Exchange. 

HATCH & FOOTE, 

AND DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD, &C., 

IS -WrA.LL STUEET, 

NEW YORK. 

BLT, SEI^L. AMD EXCHAMOE all issuei of United State§ Bonds 
on Favorable Terms, and exeeute orders in Stocks for tbe usual 
Commission. 

Deposits received. Payable at Siglitf and Interest allowed on Daily Balances. 

Coupons Cashed, Registered, Interest Collected, and Gold and Silver Bought and Sold at Market Rates. 

fW" Parties seeking investments will be fnrniphed fall information in regard to the Tarions Securities 
in the Market, and can obtain them at the lowest rates. 

WM. B. LEONAED. WM. C. SHELDON. WM. H. FOSTEE. 

LEONARD, SHELDON & FOSTER, 

No. lO WALL STREET, 

Government and State Securities, Stocks, Bonds, Gold and Foreign Exchange, Bought 
and Sold strictly on Commission. 

DEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM BANKS. BANKERS AND INDIVIDUALS, AND INTEREST ALLOWED 
AT THE RATE OF FOUR PER CENT. 

Certificates of Deposits, issued payable at a f xed day, bearing Interest at Five per cent. 

DUSINJESS VAPER NEGOTIATED AND ADVANCED Vl*ON. 

CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT NEGOTIABLE IIM THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF EUROPE. 

Collections made on aU accessible points in the United States and Canada. 

Liverpool & Great Western Steam Co. 

GJ-XJIO]Sr LIISTE. 

Sailing from NEW YORK every ^VEDNESDAY ; from LRTIRPOOL every WEDNESDAY; 
QU^EENSTOWN every THURSDAY. 

IDAHO. COLORADO. NEVADA 

MINNESOTA MANHATTAN. NEBRASKA 

And other First-class Steamers building. 



Passage, both Cabin and Steerage, at Lowest Rates. Staterooms all on Deck. 



BIL.L.$ OF C:X€HA!\OE, in lar^e or Muaii nniounis, on Tondcm, 
Liiverpooi,Dublin, Paris, Berlin, and llie prineipal Cities of Europe. 

WILLIAMS & GUION, 

t^- Agents Wanted. No. 29 BROADWAY, New York. 



NEW YORK. \\i 



C. B. RICHARD & BOAS, 

NEW YOKK, HAMBURG- 

Isio. 6 Barclay Street. No. 76 Admiraltitaets Str. 

FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND FOREIGN EXPRESS, 

ASH 

GJEJ^TEMAJL I'ASSAGB AGENTS 

FOR th::b BC^A-MiBXTjao^ ivi-^iL ste-a.m:siiii»s. 



Drafts for maj amount sold, and Collections made in all parts of Enrope. 

WIL B. LITCHFTELB. JL B. LITCHFIELD, LEWIS A. STIM80N. 

CHARLES H. DAXA- Special Partner. WALTEE E. COLTON. 

LITCHFIELD, DANA & STIMSON, 

§»ttltrrs and grofeew, 
No. 18 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK. 

IStockJ, Bonds, Oold, and Oovernment Securities, 
Bought and Sold on Commission. 

INTEKEST ALLOWED ON BALANCES SUBJECT TO DBATT AT SIGHT 

S. W. HOPKINS & CO., 

AWD 

71 BrtOADTVAY, IVETV YORK. 

Negotiate in Europe and America every description of 

TOWN, COUNTY, CITY, STATE, AND RAILROAD BONDS, 

For Bailroad Companies and Contractors in connection witli the purchase and sale of both 
Foreign and American 

MAILROAJD mOX AXD EQUIPMEXTS. 



XEW YORK. CITY. 



R. Glexdixnixg, Jr. John H. Davis. John M. Amort. 

GLENDINNING, DAVIS & AIVIORY, 

Bankers and Brokers, 
No. 17 WALL STREET, New York. 



GLENDINNING, DAVIS & CO., 

IVo. 4§ lentil Third Street, Philadelpliia. 



Buying and selling Stocks, Bonds and Gold on Con>n>ission a Specialty. 
Philadelphia House connected by Telegraph with the Stock Boards and Gold Room 

of New York. 

Deposits received from Individuals, Firms, Banks, Bankers, and Corporations, subject to 
check at sight, and interest allowed at the rate of four per cent, per annum. 

Certificates of deposit issued bearing four per cent, inierest, payable on demand, 
or after fixed dates. 



C. H. HaKNCT. J. J^ &1LVB1JS. 

HARNEY & SEARLES, 

' '' BANKERS, 
3>J'o. a^t lOiro^d street. 



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IVETV YORK:. 



WILLIAM F. LADD, 



IMPOHTER AXD DEALBK IW 



Diamonds, Fine Watches & Jewelry, 

25 Wall Street, New York. 

JV. B. — Watches and Clocks Adjusted^ Cleaned, arid Repaired, 
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ARKANSAS-ALA.— COL..— COIOr. xxiii 

Alsxandeb McDonald, President. 8. L. QBirFirn, Vice-President. 

Charles A. Clark, Cashier. 

THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

LITTLE ROOK, Arkansas. 

DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY AND FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $200,000. CASH C A PITA L,9 1^0,000. 

Collections made promptly and remitted for upon the day of payment 
at current rates of exebange. 

Correspondents— Imitoriers and Traders' National B^nk, N. Y. : Second National Bank of St. Loait; 

Thhd National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio; City Ndflonai Bank, New Orleans; First National 

Bank of Memphis, Tenn. ; First National Bank of Fort Smith, Ark. 




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ANB SAVINGS BANK, 

Oi^^aiiized. iix IMay, 1803.. 

A. W. BRANNON, Secretary. J. G. L. MARTIN, President. 

Correspondents : JOHN H. WATSON & CO., Bankers, 

291 BROADWA Y, N.T. 

Jerome B. Cuaffek, President. Geoegb W. Clayton, Vice-President. David H. Moffat, Jr., Cashier. 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OP 

DENVER, Colorado. 

Authorized Capital, $500,000 Paid-in Capital, $200,000. 

Surplus $100,000 Dividends Paid, $80,00O 

DE8IGITATED DEPOSITOET AND PIXAITCIAL AGENCY OP THE UNITED STATES. 
New York Correspondent— Tbk FonBTH National Bank. 

EDWARD S. SCRANTON & CO., 



NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. 

Particular Attention given to Local Securities and Commercial Paper 

KNOWN in this Market. 

New Haven CoUections remitted for on Day of Pajmaent at 1-20 of one percent.; 

on other points, at best rates possible. 

J^GW York: Correspondents : 

NATIONAL PARK BANK, 

W. T- HATCH Sl SON. 



x:eiv AI.ABA:?IA.—CAXIF0RMI A.— DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, 

Corner of California and Sansome Streets. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

CAPITAL PAID UP. - - - - $5,000,000. 

D. 0. Mills, President, W. C Ralstoh, Cashier. 



AGENTS. 

IN NEW TORK, MESSRS. LEES & WALLER, 31 PINK STREET. 
IN LONDON, THE ORIENTAL iiANK CORPORATION, 40 TIIREADNEEDLE STREET. 

IN PARIS, MESSES. MAKCUARD, ANDRife & CO. 

This Bank issues letters of Credit, available for the purchase of Merchandise in the 

East Indies, China, Japan, Australia, and other countries, authorizing bills on 

tlie Oriental Bank Corporation, London. 

EXCHANGE FOR SALE ON THE ATLANTIC CITIES. 

London, Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Bremen, 
and other leading European cities. 

ALSO ON 

The Branches of the Oriental Bank at Hongkong, 
and Other Asiatic Ports. 



THE NATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC. 

GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY, 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

FiTZHUGH Cotlb, President. Chas. Bradlkt. Cashier. 

D I Pt E C T O ii S . 

WILLIAM n. MORRISON, M. G. EMERY, Z. D. GILMaN, JOHN H. 8EMMES, JOHN M. 
BRODHEAD, DANIEL B. CLARKE, W. H. BALDWIN, SAMUEL NORMENT. 

Office, South IVeit corner of Seventh and D Streeti. 

Nkw Towc C0BEE8PONDKNT6— The Mekchakts' National Bank. 
" " " Ckntkal National Bank. 

** " "* Leatuek MANurACTUBEK*' Nat. Bank. 

W. L. MATSON, 

HARTFORD, CONN. 
Dealer in Goverumcut Securities, Stocks, and Bonds. 

Deposits received in Colli or €nrroBK*y, sal)jcct to cliecli at sight, and Interest 

allowed on daily balances. 

Collections made on all accessible points, and promptly remitted for. 

City Collections remitted for on day of payment. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. xxv 

S. E. MIDDLETON, D. W. MIDDLETON, Jk, 

LaU Cashier U. S, Treasury. Late Teller liigge db Co. 

IVI I DDLETON & CO., 

33anlieis, 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Ooveriimciit Securitici, Gold, §tock§, and Bonds of every des- 
cription bonj^iit and i!»old on €oniniis<«ion at all tiie 
Stoeli ISoardM, and at private §aie. 

COLLECTIONS MADE GENERALLY. 

Special attention given to the collection of U. S. interest, and all claims on the Goveramont 

Departments. 

Accounts of Bankers and others solicited. 

THE INTEREST OF CORRESPONDENTS CAREFULLY CONSIDERED. 

Refer, by permission^ to 
Hon. P. E. Spin'NER, Treasurer U. S. ; Messrs. Riggs k Co., Bankers, "Washingrton ; 

The National City Bank, New York; Llther Kountze, Esq.,Banker, New York. 
First National Bank, Omaha, Neb. 

New York Correspondents.— Lutheb. Kountze and National City Bank. 

LEWIS JOHNSON &. CO., 

WASHINGTON CITY, D. C. 

DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, COIN, DOMESTIC 
AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. 

1^°" Special attention given to collections. ^^^3 

RITTENHOUSE, FOWLER & CO., 
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C. 

Orders for all classes of Government Securities executed with promptness and dispatch, allowing the 

regular commission to Banks and Bankers. 

We buy and sell all classes of Governinent Securities at current Market Rates. 

Furnish Excluinge, and make Collections on all the principal cities of the United States. 

"We purchase GOVERNMENT VOUCHERS on Ihe mopt favorable tcrmt>, and idve careful and prompt 
attemion to ACCOUNTS OF BUSlNEiSrf MEN AND FIRMS, and to any other business intrusted to U8. 
Full infornaation iu regard to GOVERNMENT LOANS at nil times cheerfully furnished. 



yew York Correspondents.— Tiaz Metropolitan National Bank 
Messrs. Lockwood & Co , 94 Broadway. 



xx^i GEORGIA ILLINOIS. 

I. C. PlA5t, Pretident. W. W. Wbiolbt, Cashier. 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OP 

MACON, Ga. 

THIS BANK WILL REMIT POB C0LLECTI05S OK 

Savannah, Ang^usta, Atlanta, Columbus, and Macon, 

FREE OF CHARGE. 

^tt all 0thcr i)0iut.5i m ikt ^UU, U$^ nttml mt 

New York Correspondenti. — The American ExcHANaE Nat. Bank; Fourth Nat. Bank. 

THE 

MARINE COMPANY OF CHICAGO, 

CHICAGO, Illinois. 

Capital, -------- $500,000. 

J. YOUNG SCAMMON, ^resident. SAMUEL S. ROGERS, Secretary. 

EUGENE C. LONG, Treasurer. 

DOES A GENERAL BANKING AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUSINESS. 

Attends promptly io Collections and other Correspondence. 

ROBERT REID, Manager. 

MECHANICS' NATIONAL BANK 

CHICAGO, Illinois. 
■QritlTEQ STATES DBPOSITOST. 

A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. 

ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAKING COLLECTIONS IN ALL PARTS OP THE COUNTRY. 

Accounts of country banks and bankers solicited. 

J. Y. SCAMMON, President. BENJ. V. PAGE, Viee-Presideni. 

JOS. SAMPSON REED. Cashier. 

A. C. & O. F. BADGER, 

CHICAGO, Illinois, 

Prompt attention given to the business of Correspondents. 



New York Corre^pondenL— The Chemical National Bank. 



ILLINOIS. xxvM 



THE STATE SAVINGS INSTITUTION, 
CHICAGO, Illinois. 

GEORGE SCHNEIDER, FretidenU N. B. KIDDER, Casheir. 

L. B. SIDWAY, Viei'FrendenU C. D. BICKFORD, Assistant Cashier. 

Make Collections and transact a Oeneral Banking Business. 



©EAW OH AWQ> EliFBE T© 

The American Exchange National Bank, New York. 
The National Webster Bank, Boston, Mass. 
J, C^sAR & Co., London, England. 

S. LuERMAN & Son, Bremen, Germany. 



THE ALTON NATIONAL BANK, 

OF 

A.riTO]Sr, Illinois. 



FNITED STATES DEPOSITORY AND FIXAXCIAL AGEM OF THE UNITED STATES. 

E. Marsh, President. C. A. Caldwell, Cashier. 

Particular attention paid to collections, and proceeds promptly 

remitted. 

New York Correspondent, — The Metropolitan National Bank, 

HIBERNIAN BANKING ASSOCIATION 

SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LAKE & CLARK STS., CHICAGO, i 



Transact a general Banking business ; make Collections ; receive Deposits, and buy and 
sell Foreign and Domestic Exchange. 

J. V. CLARKE, President HAMILTON B. DOX, Cashier. 



xxvili ILLIIVOIS.— INDIANA. 



SPRINGFIELD SAVINGS BANK, 

Incorporated February 1867. 

SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, 
Capital Stock. $ 1 00,000. Authorized Capital, $500,000. 

S II. MELVIN, President. C. A. HELMLK, Vice-President. 

J. A. CnKSNUT, Cashier. 
Collections made on all accessible points. 
Director^: 

B. n. Melvin, B. F. Fox, E. L. Baker, C. A. Helmle, R. S. Lord, J. S. Bradford, 

J. A, Chksnct, W. M. Springer, R. P. Able. 

New York Correspondent, the Central National Bank. 

J. BUN N, 

^anlitr, anJr gtaltr in (fiHljange, Jbiili |totcs, anit Coin, 

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois. 

Particular attention given to Collections, 

And proceeds promptly remitted at the current rale of exchange. 

REFERS TO 

American Exchange National Bank, New York. I Drexel & Co., Bankers, Philadelphia. 
National Hamilton Bank, Boston. I IJoatmen's Saving Institction, St. Louie 

Traders' National Bank, Chicago. 



John Williams, President. Elijah Iles, Vice-President. Frank W. Tract Cashier. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois, 
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. 



Capital, $200,000. Surplus Fund, $200,000. 

COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE ON ALL PARTS OF THE NORTHWEST. 
New York Correspondent. — Tub Ninth National Bank. 



BLOOIVIINGTON NURSERY. 

JOO Acres. JEighteenth Year. Ten Greenhouse.^. 

FRUIT, ORNAMENTAL & NURSERY STOCK, 

IMMENSE AND RELIABLE ASSORTMENT VERY LOW FOR CASH. 

A PPLES.— 1 2, and 8 years Varieties ndapte<l to all localities, including hardy Northern sorts, such M 
Duchess Oldenburg. lijslt.p, Transcendent, and other Cmb Apples. "* -^ "^ 

Pe.icheB, Pears, Cherries Plums. Quinces. Grapes, Fon-st and Evorgreen Trees, Nursery Stocks Osaire 
HHlgo Plants, Poses, own rmits. llar.ly Bulbs and Lilies for Fall pianUng. Hoot Onuta put up to order 
In bt;8t style. Also 8Ui)erior colored plates of Fruits and Flowers. ' ** * ' 

Send 10 cents fur Catalogue. Beware of bogus Agents. 

F. K. PEL4ENIX, Bloomineton, McLean Co., 111. 



IIVDIAIVA.— IOWA.— KAIVSAS. xxix 



INDIANAPOLIS INSURANCE COMPANY, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 
William Hbndebson, President, Albxandeb C. Jamkbok, Secretary. 

CAPITAL 8500.000. 
BANK OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT. 

Does a General Banking Business. Special attention given to Collections. 

New York Corrbspohdbnts : 
WiNSLOW, Lanieb & Co. and Howes & Mact. 

W. C. SMirn, President J. 9. Pakkkr, Vice-President. R. A. Park, Cashier. 

ATCHISON SAVINGS BANK, 

OF ATCHISOX, KANSAS. 

Subsoribed Capital 8lOO,000. 

FIFTY PER CENT. PAID IN. 

ih>e:s a general banking business. 

Collections made and remitted for on day of payment at lowest rates. 

v^.« v^..!. />^«...^<.r,^v«^^«/o J American Exchanok Natioxal Bank. 
2^ew iork Correspondents^ Haxkeus asi> Brokers' Association. 

Chicago " Mechanics' National Bank. 

St. Loui» " St. Louis National Bank. 

LAW, LOAN, AND BANKING OFFICE. 

PITKIN C. WRIGHT, 

DE WITT, CLINTON COUNTY, Iowa. 

A Oeneral Bankings and L.aiv Business done. 

Money loaned for a term of years on unincumbered, improved Farms, at ten per cent 
interest, payable annually. 



Interest ecUeeted when due. All Charges Paid hy Borrower. 
Has been in business over seven years. 
PARTIES HAVING MONEY TO INVEST PLEASE NOTICE 



JAMES STREETER & CO. 

JUNCTION CITY, Kansas. 



Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange, Gold and Silver 
Coin, Government Securities, and Land Warrants. 

Pay taxes for non-resilcntc, and make collections on all accessible points in the West. 

CORRESPOXDEXTS : 
FocRTH National Bask. New TorL: City. First National Bank, Kansas City, Mo. 

Commercial Bank, St. Louis. Hines Ac Eaves, Bankers, Leaveuworth, K^. 



XXX 



UVDIAIVA—KEiHTUCKY.— .MISSISSIPPI. 



THE 

FORT WAYNE NATIONAL BANK, 

(DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE U. S.) 

Fort Wayne, Indiana, 

CAPITAL, - - - $250,000.00 1 SURPLUS, - - - - $50,010.54 

This Bank Bucceeded to the business of the Branch at Fort Wayne, of the Bank of the State of 
Indiana, August bth, 1865. 



CHAS. D. BOND, Pbesxdent. 



P. HOAGLAND, Vice-Prbsident. 



J. D. BOND, Cashieb. 



New York Correspondents— Wmsi.ow, Lanier & Co. 



KENTUCKY SAFE MANUFACTORY. 

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REI^ERETQ-CES : 

President People's Bank of Kentucky, President German Banking & Insurance Co., President Cen- 
tral Savings Bank, President Louisville Insurance & Banking Co., President Louisville Citt 
National Bank, Louisville, Ky. ; Presideni Farmers' Bank of Kentucky, Henderson, Ky. ; President 
Deposit Bank. Frankfort, Ky. ; President Merchants' National Bank, New Albany, Ind. ; Trick & 
Brother, Hopkineville, Ky. ; Potter, VrviON & Co., Bowling Green, Ky. 



ABM. S. HUMPHRIES, President. 



NATH'L E. GOODWIN, Cashieb. 



COLUMBUS INSURANCE AND BANKING COMPANY, 

COLUMBUS, MISS. 

Chartered Pebroary 14, 1852, as Thb Columbus Life and General Insurance Company. 

CAI*ITA1L. (fully paitl), - - S300,000. j 

Charter amended February 16, 1867, chanjrinjr name and separating the Banking and Insurance Business. 
Insurance Department not in operation. 

IDEA.3L.S I3Sr BIX.3L.S OF EXlCH-A^lSrO-E- j 

Will collect at all accessible places in Mississippi and Alabama. Commissions reasonable, j 

Remittances made in Sight Checks on New York, Mobile and New Orleans. i 



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KEATLCKY.— I.OUISIA]\'A. 



xxxi 



GERMAN INSURANCE COMPANY, 



BANKING AND INSURANCE BUSINESS, 

Market Street, between Second and Third Streets, 



F REIDnAR, President. J, j. FISCHER, Secretabt 

New York Correspondent— "S Anas ajj Pabk Baitk. 



L. L. WASBENt PrendtrU. 



R. BuBOB, Tice-PreslderU. 



B. B. Ai.EXAin>EB, CasMer. 



FALLS CITY TOBACCO BANK. 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. 
CAFITAZ, . . $425,000 



New York Correspondent— Tb;^ Mebchabts' Nationai. Bank. 



WESTERN INSURANCE AND BANKING CO., 

Nc. 93 Market Street, between Third and Fourth Streets, 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. 

CASH CAPITAL, - $250,000. 

ORGANIZED 1865, TINDER SPECIAL ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE OF KENTTCKT. 
A. F. CoisiswTiY President, Wujjaji Reinecke, Secretary. 



AccoTmIs of Banks and Banker? received on the most favorable terms. 

Collections mad*? on all accessible points, and promptly remitted for at lowest rates of exchange. 

Foreign exchange and Gold booght and sold. 



Neic York Correspondents— Tws Central National Bank ; Giul^n Son & Co. Bankers. 



G. TOWNSEND. 



W. R. LYMAN. 



TOWNSEND & LYMAN, 

No. 138 GRAVIER ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



Gold and Silver, Foreign and Domestic Exchange, Stocks and Bonds, bought and sold on Commission. 

Particular attention paid to the business of Correspondents. Collections remitted for 
at current rates' of Exchange. 



New York Correspondents— Tssvon & Colgate, and Howes & Mact. 



xxxll JTIARYLAIVD.— MASSACHUSETTS. 

"William McEim. Holliws MoKm. 

M c K I M &. CO., 

Banliei^ and Brokers, l^O Baltimore St., 
BALTIMORE, MD. 

§tnlm itt 60vanmettt '^onA^ mH other ^ecuriticjsf, amt .^tcrksr, 

ALSO 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. 

I?roin.pt a-ttention. given, to Collections. 
New York Correspoudcuts.— Duncan, Sherman & Co., Bankers. 



BUCKMAN BROTHERS & CO., 

No. 192 Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE, MD. 



Dealers in Government and other Securities, Gold, Excliange, and all classes of Securities 
bought and sold. Deposits received and interest allowed on daily balances. 

eQ)LLEeTllQ)NlS MlAQiE QU A.LL PARTS QW THi UlNiliTED STATES. 



NEW YORK CORRESPONDENTS. 
Tkbyos a CJoloatk, Head, Bradford & Co. L«wi» Dasixi. it Co. 

" LANCASTER & CO., 

ganlurs, aiiti ^torli m^ €ft|Hiip ^rollers, 

No. 1113 Main Street, RICHMOND, Va. 

BROWi^, IiAI\€ASTER & CO., 

No. 30 SOUTH STREET, BALTIMORE, BIARYLAND. 

L.AIVCASTER, BROW]« & CO., 

No. S3 ISTJ^SSAJU STREET, ISTE^V YORK. 

Planters and Mechanics' Savings Bank. 

OFFICE, EXCHANGE BUILDINC, BANK STREET, PETERSBURG. 



Autiiorizcd Capital $500,000 

Sab§cribecl 400,000 



S. A. PLUMMER, President. J. M. WEST, Vice-President. THOMAS WHYTE, Cashier. 



Will receive deposits and allow interest from date. 

Special contracts made with depositors when certificates are issued. 

COLLECTIONS made on accessible points and quick returns guaranteed. 



MIC II I O AN.— MISSISSIPPI. xxxiii 

iOUTS JOHNSTON. JAMES W. SANBORN. H. G. BAKNUM. 

JOHN JOHNSTON & CO., 

PORT HURON, MICHIGAN, 

Buy and sell Foreign and l>€>niCMtie Exchange, Gold, Oovcrn- 
meiit Securities, &,c» 

ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS, 



REFER TO 
Hexrt Clews k Co., New York; Mahinf. Rank, I'nflTalo. New Tork; First National Bank, Cleve- 
land. Ohio; NoRTiiKKN National Uank. Toltdo, Ohio; Fiiisr National Bank, Detroit, Michl- 
gaa; A. Ives & Sons, Detroit, Miclii^'.in; Manufactcrkrs'' National Bank, Chicago, 
Illlnola; Sbcond National Bank, Detroit, Michigan. 

Established ix 1856, 

BANKING HOUSE OF 

JOHN MILLER & SON, 

PORT HURON, Mich. 

^Wllili DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS, 

Buy and sell Oold and Silver Coin, Government Bonds of all kind§, 

and all other Securities in the market. 

Sell Exchange on New York, Boston, Buffalo and Detroit. 
RemiUances for collections made on the day of payment, at current rates of Exchange. 

KEFERENCKS. 
DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO., N. Y. FARMERS' & MECHANICS' NATL BANK, BuflFalo, N. Y. 
NATIONAL BANK of REPUBLIC, Boston, Mass, AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK, Detroit, Mich. 

B. R. Thomas, Cashier. E. S. Butts, Assistant Cashier. 

VICKSBURa B^NK, 

(.4 BANK OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT,) 

VICKSBURG, Miss. 

DOxHESTIC AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. 

Gold, Silver, and Government Securities bought and sold. 
Especial attention given to collections. 

REFEREN-CES : 

Uationai Park Bank, New York; Exchange Bank, St. Louis, "Western Financial Corporation, Lotiisville; 

First National Bank, Philadelpiiia; Bank of Commerce, Baltimore; City National Bank, Cairo, UL 

Fourth National Bank, Chicago- Canal and Banking Co, New Orleans; 

Merchants' Nat'lBank, Cincinnati; Jackson Insurance Co., Memphis. 

JOHN A. KLEIN, PBBsiDEirr. C. C. FLOWEEKEF^ Vice-Pkesident. GEORGE M. KLEIN, Cashikr. 

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY BANK, 

BANK OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT, 

VICKSBURG-, MISSISSIPPI. 

ISSUES BILLS AND MAKES COLLECTIONS IN ALL PARTS OF THE UNITED STAT^ 

GOLD, SILVER, AND GOVERNMENT SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD. 
Especial aUentioii given to Collections. 



CORRESPONDENTS. 

Manhattan Company, New York ; Massachusetts National Bank, Boston ; National Bank or the 

P.EPUBLic, Philadelphia; Commkbcial Bank, SL Louis; Commercial Bank. Cincinnati; Western 

Financial Corporation, Louisville; First National Bank. Memiihis; Citizens' Bank of 

Louisiana, New Orleans; London Joint Stock Bank, Lomion. 



xxxlv KEW YORK. 



ALBERT H. NICOLAY, 

Stock Auctioneer, 

DEALER AND BROKER 

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, 
GOLD, STOCKS AND BONDS, 

Of Every Description, 

No. 43 PINE STREET, 



E8TA.BLISBEJ) EIGHTEEN TE^ES 



REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF STOCKS AND BONDS 

BVEBT 

MONDAY AND THURSDAY; 

OB 

SPECIAL SALES made on other days when required, which has been the established 
custom with this House for eighteen years. 



It^" Stocks and Bonds, Government Securities and Gold, bought and sold on Commission 
at all the Stock Exchange Boards, and at private sale. 



ET^" Insurance, Bank. City Railroad, Gaslight, Telegraph, Express, Mining and Manufac- 
turing Stocks and Bonds ; City, Town, County, State and National Securities, receive special 
attention. 



^^ An extensive variety of Stocks and Bonds of a first-class character, kept oi> hand for 
sale, paying large rates of dividends and interest, at low prices for investments, in lots to 
suit purchasers. 



City, Town, County and State Authorities, Railroad Companies, Contractors, Banks, 
Insurance Companies, and all other incorporated institutions, that are desirous of selling new 
issues of Bonds and Stocks, for specific purposes, can have the same negotiated upon favor- 
able terms. This Establishment possessing facilities for the disposal of securities unsur- 
passed in the United States. 



All Classes of Stocks and Bonds not dealt in at the New York Stock Exchange Boards, 
a specialty for many years. 



MASSACHUSETTS. xxxv 



JARVIS WILLIAMS. CHARLES JARVI8 WILLIAMS. REUEL WILLIAMS. 

JARVIS WILLIAMS & SONS, 

41 Kir^BY STREET, 

BOSTON. 




Dealers in RAILROAD, GOVERNMENT, STATE and CITY BONDS. 

^i-SO STOCKS OF EVERT DESCRIPTION, 

STRICTLY ON COMMISSION. 



iiwCE>oi^'rEi^s OF irROisr .A^nsriD steeIj i^-a^iils, 
American Rails, Locomotives, 

FISHES, BOLTS, IVXJTS, «&c., •&c. 



IFc Refer by Permission, to 

Glidden & WnxiAJBta, 114 State St., Boston, i John H. Reed, Treas, Bay State Iron Co. 

Wm. B. Stevens, Pres. Globe National Bank. John Demeritt, Pres. Eliot National Bank. 

Warren Sawyer, Pres, Everett Nat. Bank, Boston. I Jajies D. Fish, Pres, Marine Nat. Bank, N, Y. 

Kew York Correspondentu — E, D, Randolph Jc Co, 



PARREK S, FOGG, JOHN S. FOGG, 


JAMES L. BATES 


FOGG BROTHERS &, 


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20 COl^G-RTZ^^ STREET, 

BOSTON. 
Dealers In GOVERNMENT SECURITIES OF ALL ISSUES, and BUSINESS PAPER 



Storks Bought and Sold on Coniniission in the Boston, New Torh and Philcuielphia 

Stock Exchanges. 

Parties depositing with ns can draw by Check at sight, as with National Banks. 
Intere>*t at Four per cent, allowed on Daily Balances. 

COLLECTIONS MIAIDE ON ALL I>.A.RTS OF THE COXJINTrR^X'. 
W. A. TOWER. EDWARD L. GIDDrNGS. ELLSWORTH TORREY. 

TOWER, GIDDINGS & TORREY, 

74: ST.A.TE STK,EET, 

BOSTON, MASS. 

AND DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. 



New York CorrespondenU—Y^BXiLY^ & Co, 



Bankcr§' €ard§ in Bankers' Almanac, $25 Annually. 



National Bank of the State of Missouri, 

IN ST. LOUIS. 
ESTABLISHED lS3r. 

Capital, paid in, - - - - - - $3,410,300 

JAME9 n. BEITTON, President. CHARLES K. DICKSON, Vi-e-PreMJent 

EDWARD P. CUKTIS, Cashier. 



T7ns Bank, having reorganized as a Xotiondl Bank, is now prepared to do 

a general banking himnens. 

Government Securities, Coin, Gold Dust, and Bullion hought and sold at current rates. 

Special attention given to collections througJwut the West. 

THE STATE SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 

Paid up Capital and Surplus, $975,000. 

J. J. KOE, President JOHN II. McCLUNEY, Assistant Cashier. CHARLES PARSONS, Cashier. 

Conrspondents may rely on careful attention to their business. 

Collections on all points promptly attended to, and returns made on day of payment. 

Deposits received, and Exchange, Coin, Bank Notes, and U. S. Securities, bought and sold 

at best market rates. 

CORRESPONDENTS IN 
Xew I'orX:— Amebic AN Exchange Natioxai, Baxk. | ^os/om— National P>ank of Commerce. 

Mtssrs. Oilman. Son & Co.. Bankers. LondoTi— Messrs. i^mnii. Payne &, Smiths, Bankers. 
Philadelphia — Fak.meks & Mecii's Nat. Bank. [ Paris— Jir. Rothschild Frekes. 

G E R M A N B A N K, 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Capital, $300,000. ... Autliorlzcd Capital, $1,000,000. 



A. Krieckhaus, President C. A. Stikel, Vice-President. 

P. "Weiss, Cashier. 



This institution, having been organized under tlie Bank Law of the State of Missouri, with 
double liability of Stockholders, is doing exclusively a regular I>i§coant, Exclian{;c, 
and Collection business. 

City collections made without charge, and promptly remitted for at current rates of Ex- 
change on the day of collection. 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ST. LOUIS, 

DESIGKATED DEPOSITORY AND FIXAXCIAL AGENT 

FOR THE IJXITED STATES. 

Capital paid in, Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. 

F. ^\ CRONENBOLD, President. CHRISTIAN FISCIIBACH, Cashier. 

F. W. Croncnbold, Christiixn Stnehlin, Bernard Heida«-k«-r. Henry Kalbfleisch. Charles Iloppe, 
Gustav W. Dreyer, Chariis Schleifliirlh. Gtrhard Droege, A. E. Krot^'jrcr. 

DEPOSITS RECEIVED, COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL ACCESSIBLE POINTS. 

EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD. 

Government Securities of every description, lovght at current viarhi ratits. 
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE BUSINESS OF CORRESPONPKNTS. 



J9IISSOURI. xxxvli 



CHAS. H. TEICnMANN, Pbesisent. AD. HEINICKE, ViCE-PnBsiDmirr. AUG. BENEKB, Cabhdbb. 



UNITED STATES SAVINGS INSTITUTION, 

ST- LOTJIS, JSjTO. 



DEPOSITS RECEIVED. COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL ACCESSIBLE POINTS. 

EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD- 

Government Securities Bought and Sold at Current Market Rates. 
C!9fT«3»nden<— Mjbtbopoutan Natiohai. Bank, New York. 

BROADWAY SAVINGS BANK, 

South-west Comer Broadway and Carr Street, 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 

CAPITAL, .... $300,000 | AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, . $500,000 

L. 8. BARGEN, PKEsn>Eirr. J. P. KRIEGER, Sb., Vicb-President. J. P. KREEGER, Jr., Cashizb. 

Collections made on all Accessible Points, Deposits Received, 

GOLD A gILVEEj OOVEENMENT BONDS AND EXCHAKQE BOUGHT AND SOLD ON BEST TEEMS. 

INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 

iVc//> Yjork Correspondent^CnATOxit National Bank. 

, FRANKLIN AVENUE GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION, 

I ST. I-OTJIS, IS/LO, 

I CAPITAI^, ----- S300,000. 

I HENET MEIER, President G. W. GARRELS, Cashixb. 

I> 1 1» e c t: o r 8 ? 

JOHN H. CONRADES, JOHN G. KAISER, H. H LAUMEIER, ADOLPH MOLL, 

JAMES H. FORBES. CHA^. KUNSEMUELLER, HENRY MEIER, H S. PLATT. 

FRANCIS H. KRENNING, JOHN F. LAUMAN, FRED. WM. MEYER, ADOLPHUS WIPPERN, 

JOHN B. WOESTMAN. 

CAREFUL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN TO ALL COLLECTIONS. 

Cory-espondents in New For*— Ajtebicam Ekchanoe National Bank. 
" " Central National Bank. 

" Cincinnati— Bxuvi op the Ohio Valley. 

" NeiP Orlean.<i—PiKK. Brother & Co. 

" Chicago— CoMXEticiAi. National Bank. 

NATIONAL LOAN BANK, 

210 Third Street, Second door South of Post Offlce, 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 

CAPITAL, - - - $250,000 j SURPLUS, - - - - $125,000 

T. B. EDGAR, Pbesediht. Wm. H. MAURICE, Cashier, 

DIRECTORS: 

T. B. EDGAR. CHALT^CEY I. FILLEY. SAMUEL GATY. 

JOSHUA CHEEVER. WM. H. MAURICE. 

Current and Time Deposits received. Interest allowed on Time Deposits. Sight and Time Ex- 
change bought and sold at current rates. Collections made upon all accessible points. 



GOVERNMENT BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD AT THE MOST LIBERAL MARKET 

RATES 



xsxviii iniSSOURI. 



GERMAN SAVINGS ASSOCIATION. 

BANK OF DEPOSIT AND DISCOUNT. 

KANSAS CITY, MO. 

AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, ----- $100,000 

A. LONG, Pbksidkwt. M. MABTT, Vicis-Pbesident. HEKRY L. HTJHN, Cashhss. 

CAREFUL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN TO ALL COLLECTIONS. 

To Correspondentg favorable Terms offered. 
CORRESPONDENTS IN 

Kew Tbrit— NoBTHRrp k Chick. ( St. Louis— XJ. S. Sayings Ikstitittiok. 

Chicago— H. Greknbaum & Co. | " Geskan Bank. 

GEO. R. HESTES. D. W. EAVES. 

HINES & EAVES, 



liEljei^, 



Dealers in EXCHANGE, COIN, AND ALL KINDS OF UNITED STATES SECURITIES, 

South-west Corner of DELAWARE and MAIN STREETS, 
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. 

Collections remitted for on daij of payment at curre^it rates of Exehange, 
Interest allowed on Time Deposits. * 

CORI?-ESI>ONI>ENTS : 

New Torife— Natiokal Tbitst Co. St. Louis, ifo.— First National Bajik and Babtholov, Leitis & Co. 

J. G. EASTON. L. C. EASTON. H. C. EASTON. 

JOS. G. EASTON & CO., 

Hannibaly Missouri, 

DEALERS IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE, GOLD AND SILVER COIN, 

GOVERNMENT BONDS. UNCUERENT MONEY, Etc. 

sfeciaTj Axn ntoMrr attextiox giten to cozljecttoxs. 

We refer to Impokteks & Traders' Nattosai. Bank, New York; National Bank State of Mksottri, 
St. Louis ; AuuEN, Copf & Nesbit, St. Louis ; Union Nationai. Bank and H. Geeenbauh & Co^ CTiieago. 

LEVISON & BLYTHE, 

STATIONERS, STEAM PRINTERS, 

Manufacturers of Fine Account Bocks, 

219 Olive St., St. Louis. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS FROM BANKS, BANKERS, RAILROAD 
AND INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



MISSOURI. xxxix 



ST. LOUIS AND WESTERN COLLECTIONS. 



Thomas Allkn, BamcblCopp,Jr. Robert N. Nisbbt. 

ALLEN, COPP &. NISBET, 

BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS, 

ST. LOUIS, MO., 

Tender their Bcrvicos as Bankers in the collection of Notes, Drafts, and Acceptances, payable in Bt 
Luuls, or at any accessible points in 

MISSOURI, INDIANA, IOWA, NEBRASKA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, 
MINNESOTA and KANSAS. 



• Collections paya^ble in. St. Zjoiiis 

Hade, and proceeds remitted promptly on the day of payment, at the current rate of Exchange, without 
any charge of Commission. 

Collections payable at points A.broacl 

Made upon the most favorable terms, and proceeds remitted promptly on the day we get returns, 
at the current rate of Exchange, without charge of Commission. 

fc*" The Collection Department of our Susiness 

Has our personal, faithful, and prompt attention : and it will be our constant aim to merit the 
approbation of all correspondents sending us their collections. 



REFERENCES IN NEW YORK. 

The Bank of New York, National Banking Associatiok ; 
The Importers axd Traders' National Bank. 



John M. Railet. Egbert W. Railet. 

RAILEY &. BROTHER, 

BANKERS AND COLLECTING AGENTS, 

WESTON, MO. 

REFER TO 

The National Park Bank, N. Y. I Mechanics' Bank, St Louis. 

Benjamin IIolladat, Esq., New York. The Third National Bank, St. Lotiis. 

Biter, Price & Co., Philadelphia. I Crow, McCbbkry & Co., St. Louis, 

T. H. Larkih & Co. St. Louis. 

Jas. N. Burnes, President Jacob Frank, Vice-President Theo. F. Warner, C;i9hier. 

Ja8. E. Moork, Asst (\i9hier. 

THE PLATTE SAVINGS INSTITUTION, 

WESTON, Mo. 

(Snecessor to Branch. Mechanics' Bank.) 

DOES A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS, 

Buys and sells Coin and Government Securities. 

Collections and remittances promptly made. 

Correspondents— The American Exchange National Bank, N. Y. : Geo. Opdtke & Co., New York, 
The Nat. Bank, State of Mo., and Traders' Bank, St Louis. 



xi inissouRi. 



SAMUEL A. GAYLORD & CO., 

Mul mi §M ^Bkmf 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 




BUY AND SELL ON FAVOKABLE TERMS : 

Kan. Pacific R.R. 6 per ct. Gold Bonds 

" " Income Bonds 

" Stocks 



Mo. Pacific R.R. 6 per cent. G'd Bonds 
N. Missouri R.R. 7 per cent. C'y Bonds 
Iron Mountain 7 per cent. C'y Bonds 



St. Louis Water Bonds, 6 per cent. Gold. , 



STATE, COUNTY AND CITY BONDS, 

LOCAL, BANK, INSURANCE AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. 

We will send on application a full list of St. Louis local securities with 
I quotations carefully revised. 
j Orders will receive prompt and careful attention. 



HIGSEST MAJRKET BATE PAID FOB I.ANI> WABBANTS. 

AGENTS for the Sale of the KANSAS PACIFIC RAILROAD SEVEN PER CENT GOLD LOAN. 

FRANKLIN SAVINGS INSTITUTION, 

]Vo. S South :»Xaiii Street, 

ST. IjOTJIS, OiwfllO- 
PAID IN CAPITAL, . $250,000 | AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, . $500,000 

DIRECTOBS 

^iP'^^J^VtE^^.^' CHARLES a. CUNO, WM. D'OENCH, W. S. STEW.VRT, 

)LJ^t^^c?^9S.^Vt.,^ henry a. HOMEYER, JOHN WAHL. CONRAD FINK, 

CHARLES WUELFING, D. R. POWELL, CHARLES TAUSSIG, ALEX. SUESSr 

T. O. MILTBERGER. 



WILLIAM D'OENCH, Presidewt. CHAS. TAUSSIG, Vice-President. P. RINGELING, Cashikr. 

H. C. UPMEYER, Assistant Cashier. 

GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION, 

OF 

ST. LOUIS, ]MO. 
South-east Cor. Main and Market Streets. 



X>lreotor8: 

F W MEISTER C. R. STINBE, F. A. REFSf*, ROBERT BARTH, 

FRANCIS SALER, WILLLAM KOENIG. J. G. GREER GEORGE WEINHAGEN. 

F. W. ROSENTHAL. 

ROBERT BARTH, President. RICHARD HOSPES, Cashier. 



MISSOURI. xli 



WM. J. LEWIS. JAS. W. LEWIS. 

TIL J. BARTIIOLOW. JNO. D. PERRY. 

BARTHOLOW, LEWIS & CO., 



No. 324 North Third Street, 

ST. LOUIS, MO., 

Make collections on all accessible points, and remit, on day of payment, 
at current rates of exchange. 

Allow interest on all time deposits and on Bankers' current accounts. 



NKW YORK CORRES^'ON'IDKNTS, 

NORTHRUP & CHICK, 

TVo. e "W^^-LL STUEJET. 

CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK, 

31S NORTH THIRD STREET, 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 

PAID UP CAPITAL $200,000. 

INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. 
Exchange for Sale on San Francisco, London, Dublin, and Paris. 

TElEflRAPIl TRANSFERS (IF MONEV MADE T(l NEW VOEK, SAN FRANCISCO, AND lONBON. 

Collections made on all accessible points In the United States, 

HENKY L. PATTERSON, Prpsident 
JOHN H. TEAOY, Cashier. THOS. FERGUSON, Vice-President. 

AUGUST CAST $c CO., 

ENGRAVERS AND PRINTERS, 
225 OLIVE STREET, 



xlii 



BaiikciV Cards in Bankers' Almanac, )$25. 



GEOR.GE O p"b Y K E & CO., 

No. 25 Nassau Street, New York. 

Deposits received from Individuals f Firms, Hanks, Hankers and Corporations, subject 
to check at sight, and interest allowed at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum. 

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT ISSUED, BEARING 4 PER CENT. INTEREST, 

PAYABLE ON DEMAND, OB AFTER FIXED DATES. 

Collections made on all accessible points in the United States, Canada and Europe. 

Dividends and Coupons also Collected, and all promptly accounted for. 

Orders promptly execvited. for tlie Furchase and. Sale or Grold.. 

Also, Government and other Securities, on Commission. 

Information furnished, and purchases or exchangee of Securities made for Investors. 

Negotiations of Loans, and Foreign Exchange effected. 



BEARD & BROTHER, 




Manufacturers of tlie 

EXCELSIOR 

Fire and Burglar Proof 

SAFES, 



which are unsurpassed by any 
other in the country. 



TTAItEHOJISE, 



721 &723 Main St., 



SAINT LOUIS, MO. 



THE STATE NATDONAL BAASK 

OP 

ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. 
Capital, $100,000. 

President, LEONIDAS M. LAWTOW. Cashier, A. M. SAXTON. 

^^w Tor A; Corregpondent, THE A'lA^TIT J\''ciTIOJ^siL SciJ^K. 



I 



Bankers' Cards in Bankers' Almanae, §35 per Annum, xllil 



JaMKR CtlLMORE. 

SV 1 1,1.1AM J. DlM.AP, 



ROBBRT K. Dr?»LAF. 

JuUN G. Bkotuebtoh. 



CILMORE, DUNLAP & CO., 

^ 108 & 110, "WEST FOURTH STREET, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

^ E>ealer8 in Excliange, Uncurrent Bank 
Notes, Coin, and all kin<l9 of 
Government Bonds. 




COLLECTIONS 31 ABE 

■ At all accessible points, and remitted for 
;|l|^ on day of payment. 



CHECKS OX LONDON AND PARIS, 

for sale, in sums to suit. 
New York Correspondent — The Merchants' National Bank. 



COMMERCIAL BANK OF CINCINNATI. 

Organized in 1832, 



CAPITAL., - - $500,000. SIRPLLS, 



$100,000. 



CetlectEena Mad© and Remitted fep Pperoptlyo 

Xew York CorrespondenU^lS ATIO^S AL PABK BANK and WINSLOW, LANIER & CO., Bankers. 



President, Charles B. Foote. 



Cashier, Hugh Colville. 



PETER HATDEN, of New York. WM. R IIATDEN, of Colnmboi, Ol 

JOS. lIUTCnESON, for 19 years connected with Frank. Br. St Bk. O., and Franklin Nat Bk., ColaInbu^ O. 

HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO., 

BANKERS. 

COLUMBUS, Ohio. 

Transact a General Bankings Business. 

Collections payable in Columbus will be remitted for, on day of payment, 
at current rate of exchange. 

OAlr-ctions^ on all accessible points in the State, made and remitted for at lowest rates 



xliv NEBRASKA.— lOlVA. 



DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY AND FINANCIAL AGENT 

OF THK 

XJIVITEI> STATES 

AND 

-A.p proved. Depository for XJ. S. IDisbiarsirxg Officers, 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 



OLDEST BANKING ESTABLISHMENT IN OMAHA. 

(Successor to Kountze Brothers.) 

Established in 1856. - - Organized as a National Bank, August' 26th, 1863. 



CAPITAL, . • . . . • . $200,000. 
i SURPLUS, 2o,ooo. 

I AUG. KOUNTZE, Cashter. E. CREIGHTON, President, 

I * H. W. YATES, Assistant Cashier. HERMAN KOUNTZE, Vice-Presidbnt. 

I — 



consrisrECTiisra- b-A-istkis- 

COLORADO NATIONAL BANK. I JtOCKY MOVNTAIX NATION AZ BANK. 



AUG. KOUNTZE, President. 
CHAS. B. KOUNTZE, Cashier. 

Denver, Colorado Territory. 



HERMAN KOUNTZE, President. 
J. H. GOODSPEED, Cashier. 

Central City, Colorado Territory. 



DwiGHT J. McCann. W. W. Smith. 

D. J. McCANN & CO., 
NEBRASKA CITY, 

NEBRASKA 



CORR-ESr»ON"r)ENTS : 

Bank op North America, New York. I Third National Bank, Chicairo, m. 

State Savings Association, St. Louis, Mo. | Gilmore, Dunlap & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Union National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Connected with | 

D. J. McCann. W. W. Smith. H. F. White. 



J. McCANN & CO., 
HAMBURG, IOWA. 



CORRESPOND ENTTS : 

Importers & Traders' National Bank, N. Y. I Third National Bank, Chicacro. 
Drexel & Co., Philadelphia. Gilmore, Dinlap ife Co.. Ciiiriiinatl, 

Fourth National Bank, St. Louis. Union National Bank, Pitt^burJ:h. 



NEBRASKA. 



The Oldest Established Banking House in Nebraska. 



SMITH 8. CALDWELL, CHARLES W. HAMILTON, MILTON T. BARLOW. 

CALDWELL, HAMILTON &. CO., 
OMAHA, Nebraska. 



Dealers in Gold Dust, Coin, Bullion, Foreign and Domestic Exchange. 
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE. 

CORRESPONDENTS. 

Thb American Exchanob National Bank, New York. Oilman, Son & Co., 47 Exchange Place, N. T, 
Thb Merchants' Savings, Loan and Trust Co. Chicago. Thb StateSavings Association, St. Louis. 

THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK 

OP THB 

CITY OF OMAHA. 
Authorized Capital, One Million Dollars. 

Accounts received on favorable terms. Interest allowed on time deposits. 
Collections made on all points^ and a general Banking Business Transacted, 



OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. 
JoHK McCoBMiCK, James M. Watson, James G. Chapmak, 

President. Cashier. Vice-President. 

Zkujs,^ E. BoTD, Joseph S. Thomas, John I. Redick. 

New York Correspondents.— 'Sists National Bank, and Jat Cookk & Co. 



G Dbwet, President P. A. Wilet, Cashier. 

THE RALEIGH NATIONAL BANK 

OF NORTH CAROLINA, 

RALEIGJ-H, ISr. C. 
IJSriTED STATES DEPOSITORY AXD FI.\AXCIAL, AGEXT, 

Specially designated by the Secretary of the Treasxiry. 

Collections on all accessible points in North Carolina attended to, 

and proceeds promptly remitted. 

2^eu) York Correspo7ident—Tnis. National Bksns. of th« Bkpublic. 



OHIO. 



Oliver Pekin, President, 8. "W. Ramp, Aest. Cashier. G. P. Griffith, Caahler. 

THE TfflRD NATIONAL BANK 
OF oiNciisrisr^Ti. 

CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS, $180,000. 

Designated Depository of the Unitad States. 

Collections made and promptly remitted for at the lowest rates 

of Exchange. 

UNITED STATES SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD. 

Accounts of Banks and Bankers received on the most favorable terms. 

niBECTOItS, 

Oliter Perih, a. H. Andrews. James "W. Gaff, 

James BooHBR, Thomas Phillips, A. M. Holtos. 



N. G. NETTELTON &. CO 



No. 78 WEST THIRD STREET, 

CINCINNATI, 0. 

Deal in Government Securities, Coin, Exchange. 
And Transact promptly all business pertaining to Banking. 

W. E. IDE, President. L. C. Bailey, Cashier. 

CENTRAL BANK, 

(Successor to Bailey, Thompson & Co., EstabMahed 1963,) 

Odd Fellows' Building, COLUMBUS, OHIO. 



DEPOSITS received. COLLECTIONS made on all accessible points. 

F@aEliaN] AMD BOBflliSTBQ iXGHANGE Ba^aHlT ANiD 5©LD. 

Government Securities of every description bought at Current Market Rates. 
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE BUSINESS OF f OS RESPONDENTS. 

S. 8. DAVIS. F. 8. DAVIS. 

S. S. DAVIS $c CO., 

BANKERS, No. 61 WEST THIRD STREET, 
CINCINNATI, Ohio. 

(Established in 1S63,) 
Dealers In U. S. Bonds, Gold, Silver, Bank-Notes, Land Warrantn, Ac. 

Also Buy and Sell (on commission) City. County, State, and R. R. Stocks and Bonds. 



Sixteen years' experience enables us to offer extra inducements to correspondents, to 
whom (by especial arrangements) interest will be allowed on daily balances. 



OHIO. 



xl%il 




JOSEPH A. HEMANN & CO., 



SPm 




& 



S. "W. Corner of THIRD & WALNUT STS., 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



l>on,lcrs In 

FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, GOLD, 

SILVER, GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, Ac. 



Issue Letters of Credit for all Parts of Europe. 

Passages secured to and from any part of Europe, to any part of this Country, 
by Steamer or Sailing vessel, via 

BREMEN. HAMBURG. ANTWERP, HAVRE. NEW YORK. BALTIMORE, NEW ORLEANS. 



Accounts of Banks, Bankers and Individuals, received on the most favorable Terms. 



New York Correspondents— Evamnt Kiixkt & Co., Howes & Mact. 



JOSEPH C. BUTLER, HENRY PEACHEY, REUBEN R. SPRINGER, CHARLES P. CASSILLY, 

CO - I» -A- 1^ T INT E H, S 

Under the Firm Style of 

THE LAFAYETTE BANK, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO, 

Will continue the business established in 1834, as a Bank of Discount and Deposit. 
COIN, GOVERNMENT AND OTHER SECURITIES BOUGHT & SOLD. 



Collections made on all accessible Points, 



HENRY PEACHEY, Cashier. 



JOSEPH C. BUTLER, President. 



L. B. IIAlilllSON, Pkesit)e>-t. 

LEWiS WOUTHINGTON. ViCE -PRESIDENT. 



THEODORE STANWOOD, Cashier. 
GEORGE W. FORBES, Assistant Cashier. 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 



CAPITAL, 



OF ci3srci:N-]sr.A.Ti 

$1,200,000 I SURPLUS, - 



$240,000 



I>iroot;oi's : 

JOHN W. ELLTS, LEWIS WORTHTNGTON, L. B. HARRISON, 

ROB'T MITCHELL, JAMES A. FRAZER, A. S. WINSLOW. 

R. M. BISHOP, WILLIAM WOODS, JOSEPH RAWSON. 

The attention of Banks and Iftmkers, as well as Merchants and Corporations, is invited to the larcre Capi- 
tal anl s^nrplus of this Bank, and their husiness is respectfiilly solicited with assurances of corret^ponding 
liberality on our part. 

All classes of XT. S. Jionds bought and sold. Special attention given to Collections. Letters 
of Credit issued for Travelers' use in Europe and California. 



xlviii PE1V1VSYI.VAIVIA. 

Datid Fapbt, Pktbr A. Kbllkr, 

President. Cashier. 

(Late Kjrannirwjr of National PankB 
In the State of PcnnsjlT^oia.) 

THE UNION NATIONAL BANK, 

OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Particular attention paid to the business of Correspondents. 

Accounts of Banks and Bankers solicited^ 
AND LIBERAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE. 

R. Glindinning, Jr. John H. Davis. John M. Amokt. • 

GLENDINNING, DAVIS & CO. 

Wo. 4§ South Third Street, Philadelphia ; 

GLENDINNING, DAVIS & AMORY, 

Ko. ir Wall Street, IVew York ; 

bai^ke:r^ Arvi> brokers. 

Bu3ring and Selling^ STOCKS, BONDS, and GOLD on Commission, a 
Specialty. Philadelphia House connected hf TELEGRAPH with tho STOCK 
BOARDS and GOLD ROOM of HEW YORK. 



WILLIAM PAINTER &. CO., 



No. 36 South Third Street, 
PH I LADELPH lA. 



Bougrlit and Sold. 

New York Correspondent — J.\y Cookb <fe Co. 

HENRY G. GOWEN, 

DEALER IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES 

BROKER IN STOCKS AND GOLD, 

No. Ill South Third Street, 
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. 

Fftrticnlar attention paid to the Purchase and Sale on Commission of Stocks, Bonds, and Gold. 



PEWNSYI-VAIVIA. xllx 



THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

PHILADELPHIA, PENN. 



Southwest comer of Market Street and Penn Square* 



AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $500,000. PRESENT CAPITAL, $300,000- 



DiTiD B. Padi- "WiLLUM C. Allisox, ZopharC. HOWILL, 

TaoMAS K. PuTXiisoir, Joseph IIarrisox, Jk. J. B. McCreart, 

J. W. SCPPLSB. 

R. GLENDIXNING, Coihier, DAVID B. PAUL, Prmdent, 



DREXEL &. CO., PHILADELPHIA. 

Drexel, Winthrop & Co., New York. 
DREXEL, HARJES & CO., PARIS, FRANCE. 

f Mm Mi ^x&lm. 

EXCHAJVOE O^ E.\GLA!%D, FBA^VCE AlVD GER!!IANY: 

COLLECTIONS MADE. 

Stocks Bong-hit and. Sold. 
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED 

I). 0. 'WiiAETON SMTm. Edmund D. Kaxdolph. Howell \V. Dicklet. 

SMITH, RANDOLPH & CO., 

BANKERS AND BROKERS, 

121 South 3d Street, Philadelphia. | 3 Nassau Street, Kew Ycrk. 

DKALERS IN ALL 

Government Securities and Foreign Exchange. 

Credits issued for travellers' use, available in any part of Europe. 

STOCKS, BONDS, and GOLD, Bought and SOLD, on Commission. 
Deposits Received subject to Cbeque at siglit, and Iciterest allowed. 

A GENERAL BAXKIXG BUSINESS TRANSACTED. 



PENWSYL.VA1VIA 



EDWARD DITHKIDGE, President 



F. E. 8CHENCK, Cashier. 



Fifth Avenue Bank of Pittsburgh, 

I No. 195 FIFTH AVENUE. 

Capital Stock - - 8100,000. 

i STOCI£HOJL.i:>ERS I NDI VISUALLY LIABLK. 

Particular attention given to Collections, and proceeds promptly remitted. 

New Yoek Cobkesponpbsts— THIRD NATIONAL BANK. 

THE NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, 

No. 4133 Penn Street, 

^ . ^ PITTSBURGH, PA. 

CAPITAL $100,000 

Stockholders Individually Liable. Deposits in sums of$X and upwards received. 

Deposits receiTed and six per cent, interest allowed on time depjosits. 

Particular attention given to collections, and proceeds promptly remitted. 

Discount days, TUESDAY and FRIDAY. 

THredom — Robkrt Dickson. James M. Taylor, .Jacob Ahu E. Miles, William B. Brickell, Ciiarlks 
H. Armstrong, William Smith, William J. Friday, James Taylor, M. Graver, P. Kane, H. Gekwig, 
U. Van Buken, Kokt. J. Griek. 

President, ROBERT DICKSON, Yice-President, JAMES M. TAYLOR. 

ROBERT J. GRIER, Cashier. 



JoHS B. Semplb. 



John B. Jo»es. 



SEMPLE & JONES 



PITTSBURGH, PA. 

Particular attention given to Collections and Bank Note Exchanges, 

FOR WHICH returns WILL BE PROMPTLY MADE. 

Thb MsRCHAifTs AKD BANKERS of Pittsburgh ; National Shoe and T^bather Bank, N'ew York , 
Jay Cookb ic Co., Philadelphia ; National Hide and Lbather Bank, Boston. 

Have Special Facilities for making; Prompt CoUectioxis in liirestem 
Pennsylvania and Western States geneirally. 

New York Correspondents. — National Shoe and Leather Bank, and Clark, Dodge it Co. 

N. HOLMES ti SONS, 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 

PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO OUR CARK 
REFERENCES : 



Metropolitan National Bank, New York. 
Spencer, Vila & Co., Bankers, Boston. 
I'hiladblphia National Bank, I'hiladelphia. 
Emory, Benson 6c Co , Bankers, Philadelphia. 
McKiM 6l Co., Bankers, BaUimore. 



Gilmore, Dunlap & Co., Bankers, Cincinnati, O. 
The Merchants' National Bank, Ck-veland, O, 
Tub .Merchants' National Bank, Chicago, III, 
Third National Hank. St. Louis. 
Massiial & iLSLVr, Bankers, Milwaukee. Wi& 



THE BANKING HOUSE 



JAMES T. BRADY & CO., 



PITTSBU RG H, PA. 




Corner of Fourth Avenue aud Wood Street, 

Ebected 1869. 



3tigravtd for the "■ JferchanU and Bankers' Almanac for 1S70.* 



PENIVSYI.VAIVIA. II 



COAL MEN'S TRUST COMPANY, 

No. 65 S3IITHFIELD STREET, 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 



STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE 



CAPITAL ------ $100,000 

TiriTH PRIVILEGE OF $500,000 

Deposits receired and interest allow^ei Special attention given to Collections. 
Fretidmt, W. J- AjroBBSoa. Cathier, E. J. Roberts. 



WnxiAM J. ANDERSOJf, President William Douglas, Joseph S. Finch. 

w K. iJOGG.s J. D. Fackin'eb, s. b. Clulet, 



SAMUEL BEA, PreaTt. GEORGE BLACK, V. Pres't F. M. GORDON, Cash. 

PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK, 

OF 

PITTSBUEGH, PEJSTI^S YL Y Al^I A. 

Capital, - gl. 000.000. 

With priTilese of - - - - §3.000.000. 



DIRECTORS. 

Saihtel Rea, John W. Chalfant, Barclay Preston. 

Geocge Blace. RicnABD C. Gray, J. Neeslky .McCcllocgh, 

Benjamin F. Jones, Byron II. Painter, James I. Bennett. 

David Kiciiey, Geo. W. HaiuiaN. 

H. L. BoLLMAK, PresidenL John Scott, Jr., Cashier. 

MERCHAHIS AHD MANyFACTURERS' NATIONAL BANK, 

OF PITTSBURGH, PA., 

ClATK MKROHAVTS AHD M A X IT F A O T D K B B 8 * BAVK.) 

Has eonstantly on hand all elaases of Government Securilififl. 

Capital, $800,000. 

DIRECTORS. 

H. L. BOLLKAV, E. H- Habtlet, Hekrt Llot©. 

Isaac Joxes, W. Cux.mk^ham, "Willi.a.m Rea, 

Stuart McKee, E. M. Fl^ltox, d. A. Stuart. 



RHODE ISI.ANI>— SOUTH CAROI.IIVA. 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

I^ROVIDEISrCE, R. I. 

CAPITAL, $600,000 

AiiASA Sprague, Joshtta WrLBOim, 

FreaidenL Caahier^ 

Collections made and promptly remitted on day of payment, 
on the most favorable terms. 

JAMES H. WILSON, 

(SUCCESSOR TO CONNER k WILSON.) 

No. 5 BROAI> ST., CHARLESTON, S. C. 

Deals in Foreign and Domestic Exchange, Coin, Bank Notes, Stocks and Bonds. 

Special attention g^iven to Collections. 

ItEFEIiS TO 

Natiosal Bank Statb or New York; Messrs. Duncan, Sherman & Co., New Tort, 

Drkxel & Co., Philadelphia; Franklin Bank; John.ston Bhos. &, Co., Baltimore, 

R. II. Macrt & Co., liichmond, Va. 

IVI. KO~PPERL, 

BANKER AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, 

GALVESTON, TEXAS. 

CoIICCtfons made free of €oilUnis§ion, if paid promptly at Galveston. 
On other collections, at accessible points, only the cost of remitting money, and commissions paid, 

will be deducted. 

CoRPESPONDENTS. — Liverpool and London^ Fred. Huth & Co. j New Orleans. The Southern 
Bank; New York, The Chemical National Bank; Messrs. Dennistoun & Co. 

All 1>uslness of correspondents Avill bo promptly attcndcti to. 



THE FOURTH NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

IS DOIITG A REGULAR BANKING AND EXCHANGE BXTSINESS, AND WILL FAT 
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTIONS. 

Capital stock, .... - $200,000. 

r)IRKCTORS. 

D-\xiEL lIiLLMAX, Samuel Watkins, IIugii Douglas, 11. II. Gardner, 
James Whit-worth, IIe.vry Hart, O. P. Noel, W. II. Evaxs, Tuo.mas Plater. 

JAMES WHITWORTH, President. JOHN PORTERFIELD, Cashier. 

New York Correspondent— The. Fourth National Bank. 



Bunkers' Curds in Bunkers' ]nu{j^uzine, $:tO per Aniinm. liU 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 

PKSIGXATEII DEPOSITOEY AND FISXSCIAI^ AQliNT Of TUK UKITED STATta, 

NASHVILLE, Tennessee. 

Capitul Stoek Puid in $250,000. 

Surplus or Contln^^ent Fund « . • ^U^O.OOO. 



(^n liana mid for ^atf, all (Btfvtxtimtni ^tttxxiiit^. 

Agent for nil United states Loans. 

COLLECTIONS will receive prompt attention, and be remitted for on the day of payment, 
at current rate of Exchange on New York. 



\ew York Correspondents. — The Fourth National Bank ; Tiix Natiowal PutK Baxx, 
Cincimuiti: Tue FmsT National Bane« 

A. a SANFORD, President 
R. G. JAlVnSOI^, Cashier. 



Dealers in Corernment Secorities, Gold and SUver, Stoeks and Bond*. 

COLLECTIOXS made at current rate of exchange, and remitted for on the day 

of payment 

JHrectors—W. W. Beiuit, Wiioleaale Druo^gist, Xashville. Charles E. Hillman, Cumber- 
land Rolling Mills. John Kircma.v. 
Daniel F. Carter, late President of the Bank of the Union. 
Edoab Jone& Idte Teller of the Planters' Bank of Tennessee. 



JA.UICS McLvuGiiux, Pre*id4mt. W. B. Dobtch, duihier. 

THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

NASHVILLE, Tennessee. 

Beats in OoTernment Seenrities of all kinds. 

Buys and sells Gold, Silver, and Stocks, on Commission. 
COLLECTIONS MADE on all rOIXTS SOUTH and WEST i 

New York Correspondents. — The Fourth National Bakk; 
Thomas Eakik, Banker, 33, Nassau Street. 

W. V. BtriY, PreHcUiU. Edcak Jonm, CatkUr. 

THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

NASHVILLE, Ten n. 



liv TENNESSEE 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
MEMPHIS, Tenn., 

Does a general banfcing^ and Exchange Business. 

Special attention given to collections on this city and throughout the Southwest. 

DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES. 

F. S. DAVIS, President W. W. THATCHER, Cashier. 

NEWTON FORD, Vice-President T. W. JOHNSTON, Assistant Cashier 

New York Correspondent — ^The Natioital Park Baiitk. 

JHO. DONOVAN, Pi^dent H. E. GOODLETT, Ca»Wer. 

MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. 



Transacts a General Banking Business, Receives Deposits and Deals in Gold, Klrer, 

and Exchange, Government Securities and Uncurrent Money. 
Prompt returns made on Collections at current rates free of exchange, free of charge. 

J^ew York Correspondent— J ay Cooke «fc Co. 

THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK 

OP 

MEMPHIS, Tenn. 

Paid in Capital - - Two Hundred and Fifty XTionsand I>oliar9. 

Authorized Capital, . . . 1,000,000 

W. H. CHmRBT, JPresidenL Amos WooDRirFF, Vice-rretidaU. 

H. A. Tartee, Cashier. J. J. Freeman, Ass^L Cashitr. 

New York Correspondent. — ^Thk Mbtropolitak National Baxk. 

EMMET BANK OF MEMPHIS, 

MEMPHIS, Tenn. 

Thomas Fisher, PrtaidenL 
Transacts a General Ea^change and JBan/cinff Business, 

Deals in Exchange, Gold, Silver, and Uncurrent Money. 
Collections solicited, which will be made without charge and promptly remiited for on day of 

payment. 
Particular attention paid to the purchase an d sale of Local and Government Securities on (x^ra. 

JVcio York Correspondent. — Howes & Mact. 



VIROINIA. Iv 

Wm. M. FarringkJn, President. W. A. Williamso>j, Vice-President. S. P. Read, Cashier. 

UNION «L PLANTERS' BANK OF MEMPHIS. 

CAPITAL, 

Paid ill Cash, $490,000 

Due from Stockholders that can and will be called in 

In a few months, 210,000 

Total Capital, $700,000 

This Bank \i now in full operation, and proposes to do the following business : — 

RECEIVE DEPOSITS, 

MAKE COLLECTIONS, at home and abroad, 
SELL SIGHT EXCHANGE, 
BUY TIME AND SIGHT EXCHANGE, 
MAKE LIBERAL DISCOUNTS UPON LEGITIMATE PAPER. 

DIRECTORS. 

Wm, M. Fabrington, Memphis. Wm. B. Gkeenlaw, Memphis. Z. N. Estes, Memphis. 

J. J. Rawlings, Memphis. W. B. Galbkeatii, Memphis. M. L. Mbaciiam, Memphis. 

C. B. CiirKcii, Memphis. Napoleon Hill, Memphis. Wm. A. Williamson, Somerville. 

John Johnson, Memphis. A. Vaccaro, Memphis. Jas. A. Eogers, Brownsville. 

C. W. GoYEE, Memphis. Joseph Bruce, Memphis. Nathan Adams, Stanton Depot. 

Km York Correspondents :—'P, M. Mtebs & Co. 

8. Woodson Vexablk, President. D. A. Weisiger, Cashier. 

CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK, 
PETERSBU RG, Va. 

CAPITAL, - - - - $263,500 

Deposits received subject to Check. 

Collections made 'on all accessible points, and returns promptly made. 

Ifew York Core/pondtnls.—TTiE Importers and Traders' National Bank. 
The National Park Bank. 

Bkttbxh Eaolxnd, President, Samuel Stevens, Cashier 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

PETERSBURG, VIRGIITIA. 

CAPITAL, - - - - - - - 3120,000 

IXew York Correspondent: 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. 

83^ Collections and Remittances promptly made. 



Ivi VIKGINIA 



William B. Isaacs. William G. Tatlob. Jt)iix C.Williams. 

WILLIAM B. ISAACS & CO., 

BANKERS, 

And Dealers in all kinds of Government Securities^ 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. 

Collections on all accessible points will receive prompt attention. 

REFER TO 
Howes & Macy, New York ; Union Banking Co., Philadelphia. 
Johnston Bros. & Co., Baltimore ; Lewis Johnson & Co., Washington. 
Spencer, Vila & Co., Boston ; W. G. McClure, Memphis, Tenn. 

THE PLANTERS' NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. 

"WILLIAM H. MACFARLAND, President, JOHN M. GODDIN, Caslder. 

Late President Farmers' Bank of Va. Late Cashier Farmers' Bank of Va. 

This Bank will make collections on all accessible points in the United 

States, and remit promptly. 
The accounts of Banks, Bankers, Merchants and others, respectfully 

solicited. 

^«w York Correspondents. — National Paek Bank and Mechanics' Natiokal Bank. 
Isaac Davknpokt, Jr., President. S. B. Smith, Cathier. 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

RICHMOND, VA.. 

UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. 

JVew Tork Correspondents— Thk National Bask of thk Statb of Nkw York, 
and Thb First National Bank. 

THOMAS BRANCH & CO., 

RICHMOND, Va. 

THOMAS BRANCH & SONS, 

PETERS BURC, Va. 

branchT^ons"!^ CO., 

AUGUSTA, Oa. 

BANKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

2^ew York Correspondents.— The National Park Bank ; The Central Natio.nal Bank. 



IVISCOIVSIW. Ivii 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 



OF 



XJrLlteca. States IDo^^osltory. 

CAPITAL, TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. 

(SnccesBor to Fanners and Millers' Bank, organized in 1853.) 

Makes Collections at all Points in the North-west. 

EDW^VIU) n. BRODHEAD. President. H. H. CAMP, Cashier. 

New York Correspondent— Cuvthal National Bank. 
Boston Correspondent— Natiothajj Revere Bank. 

E. CRAMER, Prkbident. C. T. BRADLEY, Vice-President. T. L. BAKER, Cashier. 



MILWAUKEE NATIONAL BANK, 



Successor to the 



STATE BANK OF WISCONSIN, 

(Organised 1853.) 

MILWAUKEE, "WIS. 



CAPITAL, - - - $250,000 I SURPLUS, - - - $100,000 



COLLECTIONS MADE ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS THROUGHOUT THE 

NORTH-WEST. 



New York Correspondent— Natjoixaij Park Bank. 



G. C. TRUMPFF, President. JOHN B. KOETTENG, Cashier. 

SOUTH SIDE SAVINGS BANK, 

(Successors to Fifth Ward Bank.) 

130 I?,EED, Oorner Lake ^tj-GGt, 



TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS, 

Beeeirea Deposits, and deals in Gold, Silver, Foreign and Domestic Exchange. 

COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

New York Correspondent— The National, Shoe and Leather Baitk. 



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THE NATIONAL BANK OF TEXAS, 

G-ALVESTOlSr. 
Authorized Capital, ... $500,000, 

CAPITAL PAID IX, $100,000. 

Collections made on accessible points. 

Kxcliange on all principal cities, bought and sold. Loans made on first-class Securities. 

M. Kol•PEE^ President J. IIknulky, Vice-President. 

Charles F. Noyks, Assistant Cashier 

DRAW ON THE AMERICAN EXCHANQE NATIONAL BANK, N. Y. 



BAKK AVORK A SPECIALITY 



VAN KLEECK, CLARK & CO., 

Stationers, Printers, Lithographers, 

AND 

Manufacturers of FIRST-CLASS ACCOUNT BOOKS, 

No. 49 OED^R STREET, 

NEW YORK. 

Itnporters of the best French Copying Ink in use, 

T. G. SELLEW, 

MANUFACTURER OP 

No. 176 FULTON STREET, 

Opposite St Paul's Church, and 

No. lOr FULTON STI^EET, 

NEW YORK. 

LIBRARY FURNITURE TO ORDER; 



EZRA BOWEN. 



BOWEN &. FOX, 



<^.i 



GEOROR S. FOX. 



13 Merchants^ E^xchan^e, ♦ 

PHILADELPHIA. 



Ix NEW YORK. 



For SAVANNAH, Ga, FLORIDA, and All Points 

IN THE SOUTH AND SOUTH-WEST. 








One of the following First-Class Steamships will sail every other day as follows : 

Punctually at 3 O* Clock, P. M., 

Every TUESDAY, from PIER 16, EAST RIVER, foot of Wall Street, 

MURRAY'S LINE. 

LEO. I "VIRG-O. 

XrrBBAY, FERRIS A- CO., Agents, 01 & C3 South St. 



Every THURSDAY, from PIER 36, NORTH RIVER, 

ATLANTIC COAST M. S. S. LINE. 
HERMAN LIVINGSTON. I GEN. BARNES, 

LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO., Agents, 88 Liberty St, 



Every SATURDAY, from PIER 8, NORTH RIVER, 

BMBinE LINE. 

SAN SALVADOR. ! SAN JACINTO. 

WM. It. GABRISON, Agent, 5 Bowling Green. 



Making close connections at Savannah with the Central Railroad of Georgia (trains twice a daj-), for aD 
points in the South and South-weet. and with the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad (trains twice a day), for all 
points in Florida, also with Steamers Nic King and Lizzie Baker for points on St. John's River. 

On and after this date the Rates of Passage between NEW YORK and the following places will be as follows : 

Via CENTRAL RAILROAD to 

Augusta, $22.00; Macon, $27.00; Atlanta, $27. .'tO; Columbus, $32.00; Albany, 
$32.00; Uufaula, $3ii.OO; Montgomery, $37. OO; Mobile, $4.'i.OO; Netv Orleans, $4S.0'0. 

And Via ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD to 
J'aehsonville, $2.'>.7.'> ; Hibernia, Green Core Springs, J'icolata, Orange Mills, Palatka, 
$28.75 each; Lake Citi/, $30.23; Monticello, $33.00; Xlnter prise, $33.75 : Tallahassee, 
$34.25 ; (Juincg, .$35.75. 

Including Meals and First-class Staterooms on Steamships. 

Passengers for St. Augustine purchase tickets to Picolata, thence by Stage four hours. 

On comparison, this will be found to be the cheapest as well as the most delightful route to the points 
above named ; the above prices to manv points being Forty or Fifty per cent, less than the All-Rail Route, 
the time made being nearlv as short, with the addition of a table furnished with all the luxuries of the 
season, without additional expense. 

Trains leave SAVAWAII Morning and Evening. Sleeping Cars on all night trains. 

Through Rates of Freight given, and through Bills of Lading signed to all Points. 
For further particulars, Freight or Passage, apply to 

MURRAY, FERRIS & CO., 61 & 62 South St. 
LIVINGSTON, FOX &. CO., 88 Liberty St. 
WM. R. GARRISON, 5 Bowling Green. 

GEORGE YONGE, Agent Central R.R. of Georgia, 
No. I Park Piace. 



—I 



Bankers' Cards in Baiik<5rs' Almanac, §25 per Aniinni. I\i 

P. H A Y D E N, 

AND DEALER IN BULLION AND SPECIE, 
24 IVASSAIJ STREET, 

(Near U. S. Treasury), IST'ET^^T' "^TOI^IEI- 

tS*" The Specie Department will be in charge of J. S. Cronise (late of J. S. Cronise & Co.), who has 
my authority to eign the Firm name by procuration. P. HAYDEN, 

JOSEPH N. T. LEVICK, 
Banker and Broker, 

No. 54 WALL STREET, NEW YORK, 
Dealer in GOVER.lf3IE]¥T SECURITIES, FOREIO]^ & DOMESTIC, 

SPECIE, EXCHANGE, &c. 

Stocks, Bonds, and Gold, Bought and Sold, strictly on Commission. 

Dividends and Coujions Collected^ tvith Prompt Returns. 

Interest of Five per cent, allowed on Daily Balances, subject to Draft at Sight. 

Jtofcr hy l*ermlssion to 
John B. TiLroRD «fe Co., Bankers, 60 Wall St. I Pinchot,Wakren & Co., Merchants, 479 Broadway. 

Hatch «fc Foote, Bankers, 12 Wall St. | Hewitt & Phyfe, Brokers, 93 Wall St. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1840. 

OF 

SAMUEL H AZLETT, 

WASHINGTON, PA. 

Dealer in EXCHANGE, BANK NOTES, GOLD AND SILVER. 

All kinds of Government Securities Bought and Sold. Special attention given to Collections. 

I Ninth National Bank, New York. I Merchants' Nat'l Bank, Wheeling, West Ya. 

»■ E. F. Waters, Esq., of Boston Daily Adrertiser. \ Ira B. McVay & Co., Pittsburgh. 

National Bank of West Virginia, Wheeling. Farmers' Deposit National Bank, Pittsburgh, 

N. HoLXEs & Sons, Bankers, Pittsburgh. | Third National Bank, Pittsburgh. 

German National Bank, Pittsburgh. 



J. L. GRANDIN. WILLIAM J. GRANDIN. 




GRANDIN BROTHERS, 

TIDIOUTE, PA. 



N'E'W YORK CORRESI»OI>rr)ENTS : 

Messrs. Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers, 20 Wall St. The National Paee Bai,'k. 



52 Bankcri* Cards in Baiikcr§^ Magazine, $30 per Annum. 

THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK 

OF THE 

CITY OF NEW YORK. 



Capital, One Million of Dollars 



DIRECTORS, 1870. 

BAliNET L. SOLOMON. JAMES DAYTON. 

WILLIAM A. KOBB6. JOHN Q. PUEBLE. 

J. O. WIIITEIIOUSE. GEOUGE C. COLBURN. 

GEOItGE A. FELLOWS. CLEMENT S. PARSONS. 

THOMAS A. VYSE, Jr. 



COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. 



LMEREST ALLOWED ON BANKS AND BANKERS' BALANCES. 



Collections made upon the most favorable terms. 



JOHN T. HILL, Cashier. THOMAS A. VYSE, Jr., President. 

William W. Woollen. Willis 8. Webb. 

WOOLLEN, WEBB & CO., 

No. 31 WEST WASHINGTON ST., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

J^ Bank of JDd scoioiit^ & Deposit. 

Specipl attention given to Collections on this City, and on all accessible points in the 
Wesi. 0€»ld €heekM on x^cw York, and "drafts on all the principal Cities of 
Eur<»pe, for sale m sums to suit. 

WE DRAW ON, AND REFER TO, 

THE NATIONAL TRUST CO., NEW YORK: THE UNION BANKING CO., PHILADELPHIA; 
ANDREWS, BISSELL & CO., CINCINNATL 

THE CITY BANK 

(FORMERLY THE SELMA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO.,) 

SELMA, Alabama. 

OApitAl - - - - 0100,000. 

JAMES ISBELL, ok Talladega, Prendent. WILLIAM P. ARMSTRONG, Cashier. 

JOHN W. LOVE, AnoiKtaitt Cushier. 

No charge made for collecting City Paper. 

COLLEt TK iNS made on Greensboro, Marion, Dcmopolis, Uniontown, and all accessible points 
in Central Alabama. Remittances made promptly. 

(orrefj>on(levtft.~lMPORTr.KS and Tradkrs* National Rank. New York; Louisiana National Bank, 
New Orleans, La. ; Soitiiern Bank, Moiiii e ; and T. P. Miller & Co., Bankers, Mobile, Ala. 




















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OH- xo-zo- 



I. List of IGT)*) National Banks; location, names of President and Cashier; cai)ital and name of 
New York Correspondent, of eaeh. 

II. List of ;{()0 State Hanks in operation ; names of President and Cashier of eaeh. 
III. Names of IGUO Private Bankers in tlie United States and Canada, and name of New York 
Correspondent of each. 

ly. Names of 1800 Bankers and Brokers in New York City, 

V. Montlilv Prices of Cotton, Wool, Corn, Sugar, Molasses, Tobacco, Coffee, Wheat, Oats, Bye and 
I'lour, for forty-three years, (182")— 18()9.) 

VI. Names of licw :Marine, Fire, and Life Insurance Companies, in each State, establi.shed 1869; 
names of President and Secretary. 

yil. Daily I'rice of Gold, in New York, from January, 18(>4, to December, 18fi9. 

VIII. The Parities of Exchange; Comimrative Values of Exchange on London, Paris, Hamburg, 
Bremen, and Amsterdam, in American Currency, !fl to .i^l(),000. 

IX. List of MO Banks and Bankers in Canada, New Brun.swick, Ac. 

X. Progress of Bailroads in the United States and in each State, from 1835 to 1869, number of 
miles, cost, &c. 

XL The Cotton Crop of the United States, 1860 to 1869, — annual product of each State, export, 
consumption, &l\ 

XII. The monthly prices of eighty staple articles, at New Y''ork, year 1869. 
XIII. Alphabetical list of 2000 Cashiers in the United States. 

Xiy. List of 10(10 Bankers in Europe, Asia, South America, Australia, West Indies, &e. 
XV. Lowest and^ highest prices of leading Glovernment, State, Bank and Pvailroad Shares, Bonds, 
*tc.— year 1868-9. 

Xyi. The Clearing House, New York, annual exchanges, 18.^4-l 869,— Officers, 1869-70. 
XVII. Stati.stics of immigrations; Talile of income and expenditure of the U. S. Government. 
XVIII. Monthly Statement of the Public Debt of the United States, July to December, 1869. 

ONE VOLUME OCTAVO, PRICE TWO DOLLARS-POSTAGE PRE-PAID. 



THE BANKERS' MAGAZINE AND STATISTICAL REGISTER 

:F0I2» 1868r.A.2<TID 1869, C02^rTJ^IITS 

I. A monthly list of New Banks and Bankers in the United States, 
II. A monthly table of the daily price of Gold at New Y'ork. 

III. The Acts of Congress relating to Loans and the Currency, from 1847 to 1868, including the 
Sections relating to Pacific Railroad Bonds, with a Synopsis of each Act, and a Comparative Statement of 
the Public Debt, United States. 

IV. A Summary of the Production of Gold and Silver in each State and Countr\', with the Product 
of the World in the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries, including the special Report of J. W\ Taylor, on 
the Production in the United States. 

V. Prize Essay on the Liquidation of the Public Debt, United States. By Wm. Endicott, Jr. 
(Premium, $200,) 

VI. Prize Essay on the advantages of the National Bank System, by George Walker, President 
Third National Bank, Springfield, Mass. (Premium, ?.300.) 

yil. Essay on the Liquidation of the Public Debt. By D. G. Swartz, banker, Lancaster, Pa. 
VIII. On Sound Principles of I^anking. Prize Essay. 'By Henry V. Poor, of New Y'ork. 
IX. Suggestions to Young Cashiers on the duties' of their profession. (Prize Essay.) By Lorenzo 
Sabine, of Massachusetts. 

X. Suggestions to Y'oung Cashiers on the duties of their profession. (Second Essay.) By a banker. 
XL List of New and Standard Works on Banking, Political Economy, Finance, &c. 
XII. The Seventy Banks of the City of NEW Y'ORK; names of President, Vice President, Cashier, 
Assistant Cashier, Notary Public, and Directors of each. Capital and limit of Capital. 

XIII. The PHILADELPHIA National Banks ; names of President, Vice President, Cashier, Assistant 
Cashier, and Directors of each. 

XIV. The Banks of BOSTON; names of President, Vice President, Cashier, Assistant Cashier, 
Notary Public and Directors of each. Capital and limit of Capital. 

PUBLISHED MONTHLY— STJBSCKIPTION FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. 

Address Bankers' Magazine Office, P. 0. Box 4574, New York. 



i^- LOCKWOOD'S PATENT ENVELOPES supplied, to order, at the office of the Ba>-kers' Maga- 
AZiNE, addressed to State Ba>;ks, (300 in number ;) Savings Banks, (360 in number;) National Banks, 
{1650 in numheT,prini€d address io each;) Pkivate Bankers, ( 1600 in number, Banks and Bankers in 
Canada ; and including the names of all New Firms and Banks established in the United States, to the 
latest date. 

The Circulars of Bankers printed and mailed, to order, to all the Banks, Savings Banks, and Bankers 
in the United States. 

Address "BANKERS* MAGAZINE, P. O. BOX 4374, NEW YORK." 




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PAGE. 

Calendar pages for the year 1870 v. 

The Premium on Gold at New York for each day, from Janu- 
ary, 1864, to Deceipber, 1869, inclusive v. 

PAGE. PAGE. PAGE. 

January v. May ix. September xiii. 

!B^a^|r^ary vi. June x. October xiv. 

March vii. July xi. November xv. 

April viiL August xii. December xvi. 

List of 1,650 National Banks, January, 1870 1 



PAGE. 

Alabama 3 

Arkansas 3 

Colorado 3 

Connecticut 4 

Delaware 5 

District of Columbia .... 6 

Georgia 6 

Idaho 6 

Illinois 7 

Indiana 9 

Iowa 10 

Kansas 12 

Kentucky 12 

Louisiana 12 



PAGE. 

Maine 13 

Maryland 14 

Massachusetts 15 

Michigan 20 

Minnesota 21 

Mississippi 22 

Missouri 22 

Montana 23 

Nebraska 23 

Nevada 23 

New Hampshire 23 

New Jersey 24 

New York City 1 

New York State 26 



PAGE. 

North Carolina 32 

Ohio 32 

Oregon 36 

Pennsylvania 36 

Rhode Island 42 

South Carolina 43 

Tennessee 43 

Texas 43 

Utah 43 

Vermont 44 

Virginia 45 

"West Virginia 46 

Wisconsin 46 



The Merchants and Banker^ Almanac, 1870. 



List of 250 State Banks, January, 1870 47 



Alabama 41 Maine 49 Ohio 51 

California. 47 Maryland 49 Pennsylvania 51 

Connecticut 47 Minnesota 49 Rhode Island 51 

Delaware 47 Mississippi 50 Tennessee 51 

District of Columbia 48 Missouri 50 Vermont 52 

Illinois 48 New Hampshire 50 Virginia 52 

Indiana 48 New Jersey 50 Wisconsin 52 

Kentucky 48 New York City 50 

Louisiana 49 New York State 50 

List of 1,700 Private Banks and Savings Banks in the United 
States and Canada 53 



PAGE. 

Alabama 5;i 

Arkansas 54 

California 54 

Colorado 55 

Connecticut 55 

Dacotah 55 

District of Columbia. ... 55 

Florida 55 

Georgia 55 

Idaho ■ 56 

Illinois 56 

Indiana 58 

Iowa 59 

Kansas 59 

Kentucky 59 



PAGE. 

Louisiana 61 

Maine 61 

Maryland 62 

Massachusetts 63 

Michigan 63 

Minnesota 64 

Mississippi 65 

Missouri 6^ 

Montana 67 

Nebraska 67 

Nevada 67 

New Hampshire 67 

New Jersey 67 

New York City 79 

New York Stale 67 



PAQB. 

North Carolina 69 

Ohio 70 

Oregon 72 

Pennsylvania 72 

Rhode Island 75 

South Carolina 75 

Tennessee 75 

Texas 76 

Utah 76 

Vermont 76 

Virginia 76 

West Virginia 77 

Wisconsin 77 

Wyoming 78 

Canada 78 



List of 1,800 Bankers and Brokers in New York City, including 
members of the New York Stock Exchange, and the Gold 
Board, December, 1869 79 

List of Banks and Branch Banks in Canada, Nova Scotia, New 

Brunswick, &c 97 

Liabilities and Resources of each of the Eighty-three Banks of 

the City of New York, and dates of Cliarter 100 

The Clearing House, New York, — Annual Exchanges, Balances, 

&c., 1854-1869. List of Officers, 1869-70 106 

Bank and Miscellaneous Dividends at Boston, year 1869 109 

The Bank of England — Governor, Deputy Governor, Directors, 

and Branches, November, 1869 112 



The Merchants and JSankers* Almanac^ 1870. 

PAGE. 

List of Banks, Bankers, Discount Brokers, and Financial Agents, 

in London 113 

List of Banks in Paris, December, 1869 115 

Tlie Bank of England — Circulation, Deposits, Loans, &c., annu- 
ally, 1854-1868, and Circulation of United Kingdom, 1869. 116 

The Bank Kate of Discount, monthly, 1864-1869 117 

List of Banks and Bankers in Europe, Asia, Africa, South Amer- 
ica, Australia, «fcc 118 

List of Foreign Bill Drawers in New York, December, 1869. . . 128 

Railroads of the World — with the Annual Progress of Railroads 
in the Ignited States, and in each State, from 1835 to 1869, 
number of miles, cost, &c 132 

Monthly Returns of the Banks of New York, Boston and Phila- 
delphia, 1869 135 

The monthly prices of Copper, Sheet Iron, Bar Iron, Coal, Coffee, 
Wool, Pork, Corn, Rye, Oats, Hops, Molasses, Sugar, 
Wheat, Cotton, and Tobacco, from 1825 to 1868 136 

rhe Cotton Crop of the United States, 1860 to 1869- product 
of each State, exports, consumption, <fcc 152 

Monthly prices of Iron, Copper and Coal in the Markets of 

New York, 1869 160 

Alphabetical List of Cashiers in the United States, 1869 161 

List of Savings Banks in the Cities and State of New York, 1869. 177 

The Annual Revenue and Expenditure of Great Britain, 1856- 

1869 180 

The Annual Coinage of Gold, Silver and Copper in Great Britain, 

tif teen years 182 

Imports, Exports, and Public Debt of Great Britain, 1855-1869.. 183 

The Dailv Premium on Gold at New York from January, 1862, to 

December, 1869 184 

Annual Product of Wheat, Corn, Rye, Oats, Barley, Potatoes, 

Buckwheat, Tobacco, llay, in the United States, 18G8 .... 192 

List o'* eminent Merchants and Bankers of the World, with seven 

Steel engi'aved portraits 195 

Staiem.-ut of the Public Debt of United States, 1867-1870 215 

List of 179 Insurance Companies in the City and State oi New 
^'o^k, and of sixty new Insurance Companies established 
in other States, year 1869 218 

The monthly prices of eighty staple articles at New York, year 

1869 226 



The Merchants and Bankers* Ahnanac, 1870. 

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The fluctuations of Stocks — lowest aad highest prices of Govern- 
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1867, 1868, 1869 230 

The Lowest and Highest Prices of Government Loans, 1862-1869 235 
The Monthly Rates of Exchange on London 1860 to 1869, at 

New York 236 

The Annual Imports and Exports of the United States, 1857-1869. 237 

The Banks of Canada — Capital, Circulation, Coin, and Assets of 

each, December, 1869 237 

The Annual Report of Assets and Liabilities of the Bank of 

France, 1867, 1868, 1869 240 

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^^And set it down with gold on lasting pillars'* — Tempest. [1870. 



JANUARY, 1870. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


BOSTON 


NEW YORK 


WASHINGTON 


CHARLESTON 


CHICAGO 




D. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


New Moon . . 


1 


7 22 eve. 


7 10 eve. 


6 58 eve. 


6 46 eve. 


6 16 eve. 


First Quarter . 


9 


4 18 eve. 


4 6 eve. 


3 54 eve. 


3 42 eve. 


3 12 eve. 


Full Moon . . 


17 


10 1 mo. 


9 49 mo. 


9 37 mo. 


9 25 mo. 


8 55 mo. 


Third Quarter 


24 


5 39 mo. 


5 27 mo. 


5 15 mo. 


5 3 mo. 


4 33 mo. 


New Moon . . 


31 


10 57 mo. 


10 45 mo. 


10 33 mo. 


10 21 mo. 


9 51 mo. 



JANUARY. 
1870. 



Saturday . 
Suiicliiy 

Monday • • 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Siiiiday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday t . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday '. 
Friday. . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday , . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . . 
Saturdav . 

Sunday 
Monday J . 



PREMIUM ON GOLD. AT NEW YORK, IN JANUARY. 1864-1869 



1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869 



Ilolidav.* 
51 & 52^ 

Sun. 

51^ 515 



Sun. 



1865. 


Sun. 


Ilolidav-* 


126 


130 


131 1 134t^ 1 


127^ 
1265 


129^ 
1281 


1261 


Sun. 1 


126ft 


127 


1221 
119} 


124f 


124 


117 


1205 


118ft 


122 


1173 


1201 


Sun. 1 


117^ 


121ft 


114^ 


117 


115.^ 


117 


108 


1145 


101| 


107^ 


99^ 


106 


Sun. 1 


98 


102| 


98: ■ 
1041 


102| 


107A 


104 


106i 


1081 


1151 


\\2^ 


120 


S'un. 1 


111 


1145 


102ft 


111 



Holiday.* 
44i 44g 
43i 44I 
42| 43I 

m 42I 

4U 43 



Sun. 

38ft 39| 



Sun. 

39f 40i 
40| 4U 
39f 41 i 



34J 



Sun. 

341 35 



Holidav-* 
33I 33f 
33| 34 
335 34^ 

Sun. 

34a 351 



38i 38| 

Sun, 

375 39§ 



Sun. 

40ft 41^ 



41 
41 
40 



415 
41f 
41 
40? 



Holiday.* 

34a 35^ 

Sun. 



35 

34| 
345 

35| 



35 

35 

351 

35tt 

354 

35 



Sun. 

35i 35a 



351 
35} 
36* 
361 
36| 



Sun. 

355 36^ 



35ft 
3.5j 
35| 
35| 

36i 
361 
361 
36| 
36ft 
36i 



35^ 

35] 
35i 
35J 
36^ 

un. 

36| 
36| 
36| 
36 1 
36| 
361 



Sun. 



* Baxk Holidays ix New York. — According to the law of New York, passed 
March 18, 1865, commercial paper due Tuesday, February 22, 1870, must be paid 
Monday, February 21, 1870. 

Paper due Monday, July 4, 1870, must be paid Saturday, July 2, 1870. 

Paper due Sunday, December 25, 1870, may be paid Tuesday, December 27, 1870. 

Paper due Sunday, Januar}- 1, 1871, may be paid Tuesday, January 2, 1871. 

t Total eclipse of the moon, visible in Asia, Europe, and the western part of North 
America, Monday, January 17. 

X A partial eclipse of the sun, visible in the Antarctic regions, Monday, January 31. 



"^/Z that glisters is not gold" — Merchant of Venice. [1870. 



FEBRUARY, 1870, 



MOON'S PHASES. 


BOSTON 


NEW YORK 


WASHINGTON 


CHARLESTON 
H. M. 

59 eve. 
10 7 eve. 

1 26 eve. 


CHICAGO 


First Quarter . 
Full Moon . . 
Third Quarter 


D. 

8 
15 
22 


H. M. 

1 35 eve. 
10 43 eve. 

2 2 eve. 


H. M. 

1 23 eve. 

10 31 eve. 

1 50 eve. 


H. M. 

1 11 eve. 

10 19 eve. 

1 38 eve. 


H. M. 

29 eve. 
9 37 eve. 
56 eve. 



FEBRUARY. 
1870. 



Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . \ . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wcdnestlay 
Thursday . 
Friday . . • 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . '. . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 



PREMIUM ON GOLD, AT NEW YORK, IN FEBRUARY, 1864-1869. 



1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869 



57^ 57f 



lit 



58 

m 

58j 
59 
i^un. 

58^ 59A 



59| 
59 
59| 
59 



59^ 59| 

Sun.^ 

59| 60| 

60| 

59i 

59| 

58 

591 



61* 

60 

60^ 

58| 

59i 



Sun. 

58i 594- 

57;- 
57;- 
58;- 
57; r 

57| 



5?| 



58 

58 

58 

Sun. 



102^ 106 

losl 10.5| 

lOSf 109| 

109 luj 

Sun. 

112A 114 
112| 116| 
llOf iisf 
iii| iial 

110| lll| 
105j 109 

Sun. 

105i 107 
107| 108f 
105^ 106| 
103| 1051 
103| 104| 
104 105| 

Sun. 

991 1021 

96f 99| 
100| lOlJ 
98| 102 
98| 100^ 
98| 99| 

Sun. 

99| lOlf 

loij 103J 



39| 41: 
39| 40 
39| 40; 

Sun. 

39^ 401 



391 



39^ 
39J 39| 
39| 40| 
391 40| 
381 391 

Sun. 

381 39 




Sun. 

361 371 
36| 371 
36| 371 
Holidav. 
361 37| 
351 37 
Sun. 
36a 371 
36 J 37 
36| 37 



36^ 




Sun. 



* Act passed by the Legislature of New York, March 18, 1865. — Section 2. 

" The followinf^ days, viz. : Any day appointed or recommended by the Governor of 
this State or the President of the United States, as a day of fast or'thanksj^iving ; the 
fourth day of July ; the twenty-fifth day of December, commonly called Christmas Day; 
the first day of January, commonly called New Year's Day, and the twenty-second day 
of February ; and when the said fourth day of July, twenty -fifth day of December, first 
day of January, or the twenty-second day of February, shall occur on Sunday, then the 
ensuing; day thereto, shall, for all purposes whatsoever, as rej^^ards the presenting: for 
payment or acceptance, and of the protesting and privinjj notice of the dishonor of bills 
of exehanfje, bank checks, and promissory notes, made after the passage of this act, be 
treated and considered as is the first day of the week, commonly called Sunday. And 
any bill of exchange, bank chock, or promissory note, made after the passage of this act, 
which but for this act would fall due and be payable on any of the days herein mentioned, 
shall, when said days fall on Sunday, become due and payable on the Tuesday next suc- 
ceeding such days." 



"All gold and silver ratlter turn to dirt 1 " — Cymbeline. [1870. 



MARCH, 1870. 



MOON'3 PHASES. 


BOSTON 


NEW YOEK 


WASHINGTON 


CHARLESTON 


CHICAGO 




D. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


New Moon . . 


2 


3 56 mo. 


3 44 mo. 


3 32 mo. 


3 20 mo. 


2 50 mo. 


First Quarter . 


10 


8 27 mo. 


8 15 mo. 


8 3 mo. 


7 51 mo. 


7 21 mo. 


Full Moon . . 


17 


9 8 mo. 


8 56 mo. 


8 44 mo. 


8 32 mo. 


8 2 mo. 


Third Quarter 


23 


11 54 eve. 


11 42 eve. 


1 1 30 eve. 


11 18 eve. 


10 48 eve. 


New Moon . . 


31 


9 14 eve. 


9 2 eve. 


8 50 eve. 


8 38 eve. 


8 8 eve. 



" The stormy March has come at last, 
With wind and clouds and changing skies." — Bryant. 



MARCH 
1870. 



Tuesday- • 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 
Siinclay 
Monday . . 
Tuesday • • 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . '. . 
Saturday . 

SuiKlay 

Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . '. . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 



PREMIUM ON GOLD, AT NEW YORK, IN MARCH, 1864-1869. 



1804. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869 



59 60 

591 60J 

60i 61 

60} 6U 

6l| 6lJ 

Sun. 

6ia 6l| 

62| 63{ 

67 67| 

63f 64| 

64| 64| 

60l 62 

Sun. 

621 
62 
61^ 
62 63 
6U 62^ 

Sun. 

61 J 63i 
63j 63i 
64} 65* 
66 66} 
Good Frid. 
69i 693 
Sun. 

64^ 66^ 

65 66 

63^ 64j 

64 55 



99^ 101 

97 98| 

98 99 
Good Frid. 

Sun. 

98 99 



Sun. 

85i 91 



Sun. 




29i 30| 

Sun. 

27| 29 

28} 
27| 



28 
28 
28 
28 
25 26 

Sun. 

25^ 26 

271 28. 
27} 28} 
Holidav. 
27| 281 



28| 
d 



Sun. 

34a 35* 



Sun. 

33| 34j 

331 34} 

34J 34} 

34} 34} 

34} 34} 

33i 34} 

Sun. 



Sun. 

40i 41 1 



Sun. 

39^ 39S 



Sun, 

38| 39} 
371 38| 



38 J 38| 

38i 38| 

Sun. 

38| 39^ 
38| 38a 



Sun. 

3U 32 



Repudiation. — In proportion precisely as an individual is beyond the reach of com- 
pulsory process, should he be inclined to disregard the technicalities of mere law, and 
base himself ui)on the broader principles of natural justice. This is still more necessary 
when an independent sovereignty is concerned ; becaiise it is more difficult to procure re- 
dress for wrongs committed by a State. The relation between debtor and creditor, in all 
cases involving the repose of confidence, is preeminently a fiduciary relation when the 
debtor is a sovereign commonwealth. It should be distinguished by that uberrima fides 
which scorns the strict letter of the contract and regards its spirit and intention. — Pe% 
W. Chandler. 



''For I will raise her statue in pure gold" — Romeo and Juliet. [1870. 



APRIL, 1870. 



MOON'S PHASES. 



First Quarter . 
Full Moon . . 
Third Quarter 
New Moon . . 



15 
22 
30 



BOSTON 



H. H. 

11 41 eve. 

5 42 eve. 
11 41 mo. 

1 53 eve. 



NEW YORK 



n. M. 
11 29 eve. 

5 30 eve. 
11 29 mo. 

1 41 eve. 



WAS 


HINGTON 


CHAHLESTON 


n 

5 
11 

1 


M. 

17 eve. 

18 eve. 
17 mo. 
29 eve. 


H. M. 

11 5 eve. 

5 6 eve. 
11 5 mo. 

117 eve. 



CHICAGO 



H. U. 

10 35 eve. 

4 36 eve. 
10 35 mo. 

47 eve. 



The uncertain glory of an April Day, 
Which now shows all the beauty of the sun, 
And by and by a cloud takes all away." — Two Gentlemen op Verona. 



APRIL 
1870. 



Friday. . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
AVednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday * . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. , 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . . 
Saturday . 



PREMIUM ON GOLD, AT NEW YORK, IN APRIL, 1864-1869. 



1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869 



rs^ 



Sun. 




No Board. 
Sun. 

48| 53 
46| 47| 
No Board. 




Sun. 

27^ 28J 



Sun. 

26A- 26^ 



)un. 



Sun. 

34^ 361 
35 36* 



38i 38| 
37| 38| 
37| 38j 
381 38| 

Sun. 
37f 38i 
37| 38| 
38l 38| 
381 38j 
Good Frid. 
38^ 38i 

Sun. 

38^ 39 




33i 



* Good Friday. 

Social Advancement. — The multitude is rising from the dust. Once we heard of 
the few, now of the many ; once, of the prerogatives of a part, now of the rights of all. 
We are looking, as never before, through the disguises, envelopments, of ranks and 
classes, to the common nature which is below them ; and are l)cginning to learn that 
every being who partakes of it, has noble powers to cultivate, solemn duties to perform, 
inalienable rights to assert, a vast destiny to accomplish. The grand idea of humanity, 
of the importance of man as man, is spreading silently, but surely. — W. E. Channing. 



' Tis gold which buys admittance ; oft it doth." — Ctmbeline. [1870. 



MAY, 1870. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


• BOSTON 


NEW YORK 


WASHINGTON 


CHARLESTON 


CHICAGO 


First Quarter . 
Full Moon . . 
Third Quarter 
New Moon . . 


D. 

8 
15 
22 
30 


H. M. 

10 53 mo. 
1 19 mo. 
1 25 mo. 
5 13 mo. 


H. U. 

10 41 mo. 
1 7 mo. 
1 13 mo. 
5 1 mo. 


H. M. 

10 29 mo. 

55 mo. 

1 1 mo. 
4 49 mo. 


H. M. 

10 17 mo. 
43 mo. 
49 mo. 
4 37 mo. 


H. M. 

9 47 mo. 
13 mo. 
19 mo. 
4 7 mo. 



" Shall I compare thee to a summer's day ? 
Thou art more lovely and more temjjerate : 
Rough icinds do shake the darling buds of May, 
And summer's lease hath all too short a date." — Shakespeare. 



MAY. 
1870. 



Sunday 

Monday . • 
Tuesday. • 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . • 
Saturday • 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday, . 
Wednesday 
Thursday • 
Friday • . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. • 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . . 
Saturday • 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday • . 
Tuesday. . 



PREMIUM ON GOLD, AT NEW YORK, IN MAY, 1864-1869. 



1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869 



Sun. 



>un. 



Sun. 

•3^ 73| 



8U 83} 
Sun. 

82 82f 



82^ 
84j 
83 
86 



86 
841 
83| 
86} 
86 88 

Sun. 

88 94| 
90 90J 



Sun, 

29i. 30? 



Sun. 

30i 3( 



Sun. 

30^ 30} 



Sun. 

37 371 
37f 38 

38 3 
38| 40 






feun. 

364 37j 
37' 37^ 



39} 



»un. 



34f 35 

Sun. 

35 363! 



Sun. 

40i 42 



40i 41 

Sun. 

4U 42^ 

4oa 



" It may safely be affirmed that if ever the laws of God and man are at variance, the 
former are to be obeyetl in derogation of the latter : that the law of God is, under all 
circumstances, superior in obligation to that of man : and that, consequently, if any 
general custom were opposed to the divine law, or if any statute were passed directly con- 
trary thereto, such a custom or such an act would be void." — Blackstone. 



^^ Put forth thy hand, reach at the glorious gold." — 2 Henry VI. [1870. 



JUNE, 1870. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


BOSTON 


NEW YORK 


WASHINGTON 


cha'rlestcn 


CHICAGO 




D. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


First Quarter . 


6 


6 32 eve. 


6 20 eve. 


6 8 eve. 


5 56 eve. 


5 26 eve. 


Full Moon . . 


13 


9 3 mo. 


8 51 mo. 


8 39 mo. 


8 27 mo. 


7 57 mo. 


Third Quarter 


20 


4 50 eve. 


4 38 eve. 


4 26 eve. 


4 14 eve. 


3 44 eve. 


New Moon . . 


28 


6 49 eve. 


6 37 eve. 


6 25 eve. 


6 13 eve. 


5 43 eve. 



The birds chant melody on every bush ; 
The snake lies rolled in the cheerful sun ; 
The green leaves quiver with the cooling wind, 
And make a checkered shadow on the ground.' 



Titus Andronicus. 



JUNE. 
1870. 



Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday * . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 



PREMIUM ON GOLD, AT NEW YORK, IN JUNE, 1864-1869. 



1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869 



87i 89i 

89| 91 

90j 92| 

90| 91 

Sun. 

93|- 94| 

92 94 

93 93i 
ofi qqI 



45 



40^ 42^ 
4l| 421 

Sun. 



39 



No Board. 
40| 41f 

Sun. 

40i 44 
43| 46^ 



44| 
42| 
38 



39} 40 

Sun. 



^un.^ 

52 53^ 



36| 36s 
'Sun.^ 

36| 37^ 



Sun. 

38 381- 



Sun. 



1868. 


39f 


39| 
40l 
40| 


39J 


391 


40 


40j 


39^ 

39; 

Su 


40 


39f 


m. 


39A 
39|. 
39| 


39a 
39J 


39^ 


39f 
39j- 


40" 


40^ 


39^ 


40 


Sun. 1 


40 


40| 
4U 


40| 


^\ 


4()| 


40i 
40j 


i 


Sun. 1 


40^ 


40| 


40 


40J 


401 


404 


40^ 


40+ 


40 


40| 
40| 


40 


Sun. " 1 


40 


1^ 


401 



39- 
39| 

38t: 



Sun. 

39^ 39| 



* An eclipse of the Sun ; visible in the Southern Pacific Ocean, East of Australia. 

Loose Contracts. — "An aged jud<?e is said to have remarked, ironically, that ' half 
the cases he had tried on the bench arose from good understanding between the parties ; ' 
and by this he meant, that half-made bargains and agreements lead to disagreement and 
litigation. Avoid misunderstandings from this source. Many, indeed most, of your 
transactions Avill be upon verbal contracts. But you may use words so terse, so precise, 
that misconception will be hardly possible." — Prize Essay on Banking, by Sabine. 



They shall subscribe them for large sums of gold'' — Richard II. [1870. 



JULY, 1870. 



MOON'3 PHASES. 



First Qiuirtcr • 
Full Moon . . 
Third Quarter 
New Moon . . 



D. 

5 
12 
20 
28 



BOSTON 



II. M. 

[ 1 46 eve. 

5 51 eve. 
9 33 mo. 

6 34 mo. 



NEW YORK 


11 


M. 




11 


34 eve. 1 


5 


39 


eve. 


9 


21 


mo. 


6 


22 


rao. 



WASHINGTON 


CIIABLE8TON 


CIIICAOO 


H. M. 


B. M. 


U. M. 


11 22 eve. 


11 10 eve. 


10 40 eve. 


5 27 eve. 


h 15 eve. 


4 45 eve. 


9 9 mo. 


8 57 mo. 


8 27 mo. 


6 10 mo. 


5 58 rao. 


5 28 mo. 



' Tite poetry of earth is never dead: 

When all the birds are faint with the hot sun 
And hide in cooling trees, a voice will run 

From hedge to hedge about the new-mown mead." — Keats. 





JULY. 


1870. 


1 


Friday. . . 


2 


Satunlav • 


3 


Sunday 


4 


Monday* . 


5 


Tuesday. . 


6 


Wednesday 


7 


Thursday . 


8 


Friday . . . 


9 


Saturday . 


10 


Sunday 


U 


Monday . . 


12 


Tuesday t • 


13 


Wednesday 


14 


Thursday . 


15 


Friday. . . 


16 


Saturday . 


17 


Sunday 


18 


Monday . . 


19 


Tuesday • . 


20 


Wednesday 


21 


Thursday . 


22 


Friday . . . 


23 


Saturday . 


24 


Sunday 


25 


Monday . . 


26 


Tuesday. . 


27 


Wednesday 


28 


Thursday J 


29 


Friday . . . 


30 


Saturday . 


31 


Sunday 



PREMIUM ON GOLD, AT NEW YORK, IN JULY, 1864-1869. 



1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869 



122 1.50 
130 1.50 

Sun. 

Holiday. 
135 149 
148 161^ 
162 173 
166| 176^ 

160 175 

Sun. 

176 185 

171 182 

168f 173 

158 168 

144 156 

148i 164 

Sun. 

1.54i 16U 
158j 168| 

161 16.3| 
1.56^ 160 
150.1 1575 
153| 156 

Sun. 

155| 1583 
1572 1.59| 
154 1571 
144 152 
150 15,3} 
1.53 158 

Sun. 



42i 



Sun. 

42 43 



Sun. 

53i 55| 
5-4 43} 
Holiday. 
52i 53| 



Sun. 

48f 49| 



Sun. 

47 48 
48| 491 



38 381 
38 38j 
38| 38| 
Holiday. 
38| 39| 
Tea Qcl 



Sun. 

4U 41 1 



^un. 

42^ 43| 



Sun. 

431 44J 



37ji 373 
365 371 
361 37i 

Sun. 
Holiday. 
354 37 



Sun. 



* Bank holiday in New York. Bills due this day must be paid on Saturday, July 2. 

t A total eclipse of the moon ; invisible in the United States. 

X A partial eclipse of the sun, in the Arctic regions. 

Liberty. — " The seeds of liberty are plentifully sown. However severe the climate — 
however barren the soil of the rejrions in which they have been received, — such is the 
native exuberance of the plant, that it must eventually flourish with luxuriant profusion. 
The governments of Europe must fall ; and the only remaining expedient in their power 
is to gather up their garments and fall with decency." — John Quincy Adams, 1793. 



" To gild refined gold, to paint the lily'' — King John. [1870. 



AUGUST, 1870. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


BOSTON 


NEW YORK 


WASHINGTON 


CHARLESTON 
H. M. 

3 31 mo. 

3 53 mo. 
2 31 mo. 

4 5 eve. 


CHICAGO 


First Quarter . 
Full Moon . . 
Third Quarter 
New Moon . . 


D. 

4 
11 
19 
26 


H. M. 

4 7 mo. 
4 29 mo. 

3 6 mo. 

4 41 eve. 


H. M. 

3 55 mo. 

4 17 mo. 
2 54 mo. 
4 29 eve. 


H. M. 

3 43 mo. 

4 5 mo. 
2 42 mo. 
4 17 eve. 


H. M. 

3 1 mo, 
3 23 mo. 

2 1 mo. 

3 35 eve. 



Mark how the summer h'ndfy takes her leave, 
And gathers round her her attendant flowers ! 
Yon glittering asters with their radiant hues, 
Convey the last memorial of her reign," ■ — Korner. 



AUGUST. 
1870. 



Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 



PREMIUM ON GOLD, AT NEW YORK, IN AUGUST, 1864-1869. 



1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869 



151 159 
156 158J 
156^ 158^ 
Fast-day. 



Sun. 

155| 156| 
1551 156i 



157 157| 

156^ 157* 

Sun. 

156| 157i 
157j 158i 
154| 157 
154 J 155f 
1531 156 
145 153 

Sun. 

135^ 145 
13lJ 136 
134 143 



>un. 



44 



481 



49^ 
49| 



391 40^ 
39| 40| 
40i 40j 

^un." 

40 40i 



Sun. 



41^ 



42i 
41| 



44f 45| 

Sun. 

45 451 



Sun. 

36 36| 



^a 34| 



Sun. 

3U 32^ 



The Human Mind. — " There is nothing ' under Heaven's wide hollowness/ which 
does not furnish aliment for the mind ; all that we observe by the organs of sense, and 
all that we perceive by the operations of the understanding ; all that wc contemplate in 
retrospect, at the present, or in the future, may be compounded or decomposed in the 
intellectual laboratory, for beneficial purposes." — De Witt Clintox, July, 1823. 



" The meagre^ cloddy earth to glittering goW^ — King John. [1870. 



SEPTEMBER, 1870, 



MOON'S PHASES. 



First Quarter . 
Full Moon . . 
Third Quarter 
New Mooji . . 



BOSTON 



H. M. 

9 14 mo. 
5 27 eve. 
8 46 eve. 
1 50 mo. 



NEW YORK WASHINGTON 



H. M. 

9 2 mo. 
5 15 eve. 
8 34 eve. 
1 38 mo. 



8 50 mo. 
5 3 eve. 
8 22 eve. 
1 26 mo. 



CHARLESTON 


H 


H. 




8 


38 


mo. 


4 


51 


eve. 


8 


10 


eve. 


1 


14 


mo. 



CHICAGO 
H. M. 

8 8 mo. 
4 21 eve. 
7 40 eve. 
44 mo. 



' The sultry summer past, September comes, 
Sojl twilujht of the slow declining year, 
More sober than the buxom blooming May, 
And there/ore less the favorite of the world; 
But dearest month of all to pensive minds." — Wilcox. 



SEPTEMBER. 
1870. 



11 Thursday . 
2 Friday. . . 
3 1 Saturday . 
4; Sunday 
5 1 Monday . . 

6 Tuesday . . 

7 Wednesday 

8 Thursday . 

9 Friday . . . 
10 Saturday . 
11 1 Sunday 
12 {Monday . . 
13 1 Tuesday. . 

14 Wednesday 

15 Thursday . 
16|Fnday. . . 
17; Saturday . 
18 1 Sunday 
19 Monday . . 
20 1 Tuesday. . 
21 i Wednesday 
22 1 Thursday . 

23 Friday. . . 

24 Saturday . 
25 1 Sunday 
26 1 Monday . . 
27 Tuesday . . 
28 1 Wednesday 
29 [Thursday . 
30 1 Friday. . . 



PREMIUM ON GOLD, AT NEW YORK, IN SEPTEMBER, 1864-1869. 



1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869 



1864. 


143 


148* 


U8i 


154} 


136 


143| 


Sun. ' 1 


135 


143A 


140^ 


142 


140 J 


142^ 


135| 
1341 


14l' 
136 


118 


128i 


Sun. 1 


113;: 


125 


117;r 


128 


123:r 


128 


128: 
120| 


129^ 


128 


128^ 


Sun. 1 


1231 


126^ 
126| 


123 


120 


122 


116 


12U 


111 


117 


100 


112 


Sun. 1 


95 


n 


921 


95 


95 


105 


94i 


102 


91 


94^ 



44i 44^ 

sun. 

44i 44| 



Sun. 

43^ 431 



)un. 



44 



45^ 47* 

44a 45? 




Sun. 

43 43^ 



43f 

42| 


43f 


43* 


42a 


43* 


4lJ 


42f 


4lJ 


42* 


42 


42i 


Sun." 


4U 


42^ 
4l| 
41| 


41^ 



Sun. 

34** 35 

3l|* 33 

31 * 32 

30a 32 



* Gold panic in New York, 1869. No regular sales at the Gold Board on these days. 

IxTERXAL Improvement. — " It is that from which I am convinced that the unboni 
millions of our posterity, who are, in future ages, to people this continent, will derive their 
most fervent gratitude to the founders of the Union ; that, in which the beneficent action 
of our government will be most deeply felt and acknowledged. The magnificence and 
splendor of their public works are among the imperishable glories of the ancient repub- 
lics." — John Qcincy Adams, March 4, 1825. 



Wedges of gold, great anchors, heaps of pearl" — Richard III. [1870. 



OCTOBER, 1870. 



MOON'S PHASES. 


BOSTON 


NEW YORK 


WASHINGTON 


CHARLESTON 


CHICAGO 




D. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. H. 


H. M. 


First Quarter . 


1 


4 35 eve. 


4 23 eve. 


4 U eve. 


3 59 eve. 


3 29 eve. 


Full Moon . . 


9 


9 59 mo. 


9 47 mo. 


9 35 mo. 


9 23 mo. 


8 53 mo. 


Third Quarter 


17 


1 29 eve. 


1 17 eve. 


1 5 eve. 


53 eve. 


23 eve. 


New Moon . . 


24 


10 52 mo. 


10 40 mo. 


10 28 mo. 


10 16 mo. 


9 46 mo. 


First Quarter . 


31 


3 17 mo. 


3 5 mo. 


2 53 mo. 


2 41 mo. 


2 11 mo. 



Wliere all is softly bright — serenely gay, 

Where golden sunlight and soft shadows play ; 

We stand enraptured ! for the days are here, 

That give the gorgeous sunset of tlie year." — N. Y. Albion. 



OCTOBER. 
1870. 



Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . • 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday • . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday. . 



PREMIUM ON GOLD, AT NEW YORK, IN OCTOBER, 1864-18€9. 



1864. 1865 



90 



9oa 
Sun. 

91| 
9l| 



89 

90 

89A 

92} 97' 

98 104 

96^ 103i 

Sun. 

96 99 
98| 103| 
102A 104| 
103 J 109| 
108 117| 
113i 120 

Sun. 

118i 1221 
106} 115 
107} IIU 

io6| mi 

107| 109 
109| 113^ 

Sun. 

112^ 116^ 
lUf 118^ 
II2I 117 
114| 116 
ml 1171 
117f I21I 

Sun. 

121^ 127| 



Sun. 

441- 44I 



45 



iSun. 

4^ 46i 



1866. 



Sun. 

484 49i 



Sun. 



1867. 


43- 


43t 

441 


4.3I 


44^ 
44; 
44i 


45| 
451 


45' 


Sun. 1 


441 


4.51 


44a 


45J 


43' 


44| 


43i 


44 


43| 


431 


441 


44^ 


Sun. 1 


43| 


44f 


44| 
431 


43' 


43 


44A 
44| 
44I 


44 


43a 


Sun. 1 


43f 


44 


43j- 


43f 


43| 


43| 


42f 


438 


41^ 


424 


41| 


42| 


s 


im. 


42 


425 


41S 


421 
4l| 


40^ 


401 


40a 



1868. 



391 401 



391 40^ 
39| 401 

Sun. 

39| 40| 

39| 401 

391 401 

38| 39} 

38| 39} 

38^ 38| 

Sun. 



3H 35i 



Sun. 

33a 34 1 



1869. 



lun. 



Sun. 

30 30| 



Sun. 

30j 311 



Liberty. — "We live not for ourselves alone. That which we call liberty, is that 
principle on which the essential security of our political condition depends. It results 
from the limitations of our political system, prescribed in the Constitution. These lim- 
itations, so long as they are faithfully observed, maintain order, peace, and safety. 
When they are violated, in essential particulars, all the concurrent spheres of authority 
rush ajrainst each other, and disorder, deranjjement, and convulsion are, sooner or later, 
the necessary consequences." — Josiah Quincy, 1811. 



The fineness of the gold, and chargeful fashion.'' 



[1870. 



NOVEMBER, 1870, 



MOON'S PHASES. 


BOSTON 


NEW YORK 


WASHINGTON 


CHARLESTON 


CHICAGO 




D. 


u. u. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


Full Moon . . 


8 


2 48 mo. 


2 36 mo. 


2 24 mo. 


2 12 mo. 


1 42 mo. 


Third Quarter 


16 


4 15 mo. 


4 3 mo. 


3 51 mo. 


3 39 mo. 


3 9 mo. 


New Moon . . 


22 


8 37 eve. 


8 25 eve. 


8 13 eve. 


8 1 eve. 


7 31 eve. 


First Quarter . 


29 


5 49 eve. 


5 37 eve. 


5 25 eve. 


5 13 eve. 


4 43 eve. 



No sun — no moon ! No mom — no noon, 
No dawn — no dusk — no proper time of day — 
No shade — no shine — no butterflies — no bees — 
No fruits — nofloivers — no leaves — no birds — 

November! " Hood. 



PREMIUM ON GOLD, AT NEW YORK, IN NOVEMBER, 1864-1869. 



NOVEMBER. 
1870. 



Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday. . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday. . . 
Saturday . 

Sunday 
Monday . . 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 
Friday . '. . 
26 Saturday . 
27 1 Sunday 

28 Monday . . 
29, Tuesday. . 
30,Wednesdav 

I 



1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869 



130 141^ 
129^ 146 
127^ 136" 
13l| 138 
135 J 144^ 

Sun. ' 

138i 145^ 
145j 149| 
146 160 
143 153 
136 J 144^ 
142| 145 

Sun. 

143 146| 
128| 144 
128* 140 
118| 126a 
110 119 
116 125^ 

Sun. 

117^ 121^ 
124 129 
120^ 123^ 
Thanks. 
116f 121i 
119| 124| 
Sun. 

126i 133| 
132 136j 
127^ 133 



45| 46 
46 461 
464 47 
46| 471 

Sun. 
46| 47^ 



46^ 
46| 
46| 
46| 
46^ 

46 

1 46: 



46^ 
46^ 

46| 



Sun. 



47 

46a 

46i 



47j 

47 
47 



Sun. 

46f 47 
47 
47 
47 
47 

Sun. 

47^ 47f 
471 48| 
48 48| 
48 48j 



46| 
46| 
461 
46| 
461- 



46i 



Sun. 

40 411 



40j 4U 
40| 403 

Sun. 

39a 4ii 



Sun. 

38^ 39 



Sun. 

33 33i- 



4^ 0.7 

Sun. 

351 37 
341 36t 




Sun. 

26f 271 
27J 27} 
261 27} 
Holiday- 
261 26| 
261 26| 
Sun. 

26# 26^ 




feun. 

2U 23 
2l| 23|- 



Progress. — " To us in part a great trust has been confided — the welfare of our coun- 
try and of generations yet to come. Nay, the world looks to us as to a great example, 
whence to draw the oracles of political truth. Fill, then, the measure which has been 
assigned you. Never tire till there is nothing to be done ; and when you shall have 
reared a monument of beneficent legislation, if it be in the order of Providence that we, 
too, in our turn shall be involved in the darkness of slavery and superstition, let us hope 
that our labors, though obscured for a season in the general gloom, may survive the 
eclipse, and become the guide of some future deliverer of his country." — James Bar- 
bour, of Virginia, 1827. 



"77/ set thee in a shoioer of gold, and hail rich pearls upon thee'''* [ 1 870 



DECEMBER, 1870. 



MOON'3 PHASES. 


BOSTON 


NEW YORK 


WASHINGTON 


CHARLESTON 


CHICAGO 


Full Moon . . 
Third Quarter 
New Moon . . 
First Quarter • 


D. 

7 
15 
22 
29 


9" 55 eve. 

4 27 eve. 

7 35 mo. 

11 54 mo. 


H. M. 

9 43 eve. 

4 15 eve. 

7 23 mo. 

11 42 mo. 


H. M. 

9 31 eve. 

4 3 eve. 

7 11 mo. 

11 30 mo. 


H. M. 

9 19 eve. 

3 51 eve. 

6 59 rao. 

11 18 mo. 


H. M. 

8 49 eve. 

3 21 eve. 

6 29 mo. 

10 48 mo. 



'At Christma<t I no more desire a rose, 
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But like of each thing that in season grows." — Love's Labour's Lost. 



DECEMBER 
1870. 



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1864. 1865. 1866. 1867. 1868. 1869 



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STATE BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

LOCATION, NAME, PRESIDENT, CASHIER, AND CAPITAL OF EACH. 

January, 1870. 



Alabimui . . 
California.. 



.Page 47 Louisiana Page 49 New York Citj' Page 47 



47 Maine 49 New York State. 



Connecticut 47 Maryland 49 Ohio , 

Delaware 48 Michigan 60 Pennsylvania 

District of Columbia 48 Minnesota 60 Rhode Island 

Georgia. .^ 48 Mississippi. 50 Tennessee 

Illinois 48 Missouri 60 Vii^inia 62 

Indiana 48 New Hampshire 60 West Virginia 62 

Iowa 48 New Jersey 60 Wisconsin 62 

Kentucky 48 

Any omissions or errors in this list should be reported immediately to the publisher. 



Location. 
46 Wall street' 
44 Wall street 
814 Third av. 
13 William st. 
Av. D & 10th 
185 Bowery. . 

58 Broadway. 
402 Hudson'st 

59 Barclay St. 

Harlem ' 

563 Broadway 
Third avenue 
40 Wall street 
756 Broadway 
11 Beekman. . 
187 Gr'nwich 
122 Bowery.. 
470 Broadwav 
895 Canal...'. 
744 Broadway 
Wall Street.. 
464 Eighth av 



Name of Bank. 

Bank of America 

Bank of North America 
Bull's Head Bank .... 
Com Exchange Bank . 
Eleventh Ward Bank.: 
Germania Bank . . 
Gold Exchange Bank.l 

Greenwich Bank I 

Grocers' Bank I 

Harlem Bank i 

Manuf. & Merchants' . ' 
Manuf. & Builders' . . i 
Manhattan Company . j 

Mutual B.nk I 

Nassau Bank [ 

North River Bank i 

Oriental Bank 

Pacific Bank 

People's Bank j 

Stuvvesant Bank I 

Wall street Ex. Bank 
West Side Bank 



New York City. 

Pretndent. 
■' James Punnett 

John J. Donaldson. . . 

Richard Williamson . . 
I Edward W. Dunham. 

John Englis 

I C. Scliwarzwaelder.,. 

H. M. Benedict 

Benj. F. Wheelwright. 

Edward Rowe 

Addison Smith 

Alexander Masterton 

John Davidson 

James M. Morrison. . . 

William L. Conklin.. 

Francis M. Harris 

Levi Apgar 

Washington A. Hall. . 

Jacob Campbell 

Charles F. Hunter 

W. S. Carman 



I Cashier. 

William L. Jenkins. . 
I Joseph A. Beardsley 
I George W.WUlett..., 
I William A. Falls...., 
! Charles E. Brown . . , 

I John W. Hesse 

I Jacob Russell , 

i William Hawes 

i Samuel B. White 

i Isaac Anderson 

I Theodore D. Warren.. 

I C. A. Waterbury 

j John S. Harberger . . . 

I Wm. S. Carman 

[ William H. Rogers. . . 

' Aaron B. Hays 

i Henry T. Chapman, Jr. 
! Robert Buck 

Geo. J. N. Zabriskie.. 
' John Van Orden 



Total, 22 Banks. 



George Moore , 



ALABAMA, 



Mobile Bank of Mobile ' Charies Walsh . . 

'' Southern Bank H. A. Schroeder. 



Total, 2 Banks. 



San Francisco Bank of California . ( 

I See card, page xxiv ) 

Woodland ... Bank of Woodland . . 



ntal, 2 Banks. 



£. Haddam. . \ East Had dam Bank . . . 

Hartford Connecticut River Bk. 

*' State Bank 

New Haven. . City Bank 

*' ..! Mechanics' Bwik 

Norfolk Norfolk Bank 

Stonington . . ; Stonington Bank 

I Total, 7 Banks. 



John W. B. Dobler 



J. S. Green 

William Demouy. 



CALIFORNIA, 



D. 0. Mills 

J. D. Stephens 

CONNECTICUT. 



$1,000,000 

William C. Ralston . . $5,000,000 
C. W. Bush 100,000 



Capital. 

$3,000,000 

1,000,000 
200,000 

1,000,000 
200,000 
200,000 
500,000 
200,000 
300,000 
100,000 
500,000 
100,000 

2,050,000 
1110,000 

1,000,000 
400,000 
300,000 
422,700 
412,500 
200,000 
100,000 
94,500 



12,379,700 

$ 750,000 
250,000 



$6,100,000 



Samuel Arnold David B. Ventres $ 66,400 

John A. Butler j M. W. Graves 250,000 

Charles H. Brainard. . | George F. Hills : 400,000 

Ezra C. Read [ Samuel Llovd > 500,000 

Nath. F. Thompson . . | George B. Ourtiss I 300,000 

J. H. Welch Joseph N. Cowles ....\ 100,500 

James G. Day j Ira H. Palmer 60,000 

' $1,676,900 



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STATE BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

LOCATION, NAME, PRESIDENT, CASHIER, AND CAPITAL OF EACH. 

January, 1870. 



Alal):iin:i Page 47 Louisiana Pugft 49 New York City Page 47 

California 47 Maine 49 New York State 61 

Connecticut 47 Maryland 49 Ohio 61 

Delaware 48 Michigan 60 Pennsylvania 61 

District of Columbia 48 Minnesota 60 Rhode Island 61 

Georgia 48 Mississippi 60 Tennessee 62 

Illinois 48 Missouri 60 Virginia 62 

Indiana 48 New Hampshire 60 West Virginia 62 

Iowa 48 New Jersey 60 Wisconsin 62 

Kentucky 48 

Any omissions or errors in this list should be reported immediately to the publisher. 



/.ocatton. 
46 WaU street' 
44 Wall street 
814 Third av. 
13 William st. 
Av. D & 10th 
185 Bowery. . 

58 Broadway. 
402 Hudson st 

59 Barclay St.: 

Harlem | 

563 Broadway 
Third avenue 
40 Wall street 
756 Broadway 
11 Beekman. . 
187 Gr'nwich 
122 Bowery.. 
470 Broadway 

895 Canal 

744 Broadway 
Wall Street.. 
464 Eighth av 



J^'ame of Bank. 

Bank of America ! 

Bank of North America 
Bull's Head Bank ... . 
Com Exchange Bank 
Eleventh Ward Bank 
Germania Bank . . 
Gold Excliange Bank 

Greenwich Bank 

Grocers' Bank 

Harlem Bank , 

Manuf. & Merchants' 
Manuf. & Builders' . , 
Manhattan Company 

Mutual B ,nk 

Nassau Bank , 

North River Bank 

Oriental Bank 

Pacific Bank 

People's Bank 

Stuvvesant Bank 

Wall street Ex. Bank, 
West Side Bank 



Total, 22 Banks. 



New York City. 

Preftiden t. 

James Punnett 

John J. Donaldson. . . 
Richard Williamson . . 
Edward W. Dunham. 

John Englis 

C. Scliwarzwaelder., . 

H. M. Benedict 

Benj. F. Wheelwright. 

Edward Rowe 

Addison Smith 

Alexander Masterton 

John Davidson 

James M. Morrison. . . 
William L. Conkliii.. 

Francis M. Harris 

Levi Apgar 

Washington A. Hall. . 

Jacob Campbell 

Charles F. Hunter 

W. S. Carman 



George Moore , 



ALABAMA, 



Mobile ' Bank of Mobile ' Charles Walsh . . 

" Southern Bank H. A. Schroeder. 



San Francisco 

I 

Woodland ... 



E. Haddam. 
Hartford.... 



Total, 2 Banks. 

Bank of California 

See card, page xxiv f i 
Bank of Woodland . . 

TUaL 2 Banks. 



CALIFORNIA, 
D. 0. Mills 



J. D. Stephens. 



CONNECTICUT. 



New Haven. 



Norfolk ... 
Stonington 



East Haddam Bank . . . 
Connecticut River Bk. 

State Bank 

City Bank 

Mechanics' Bank 

Norfolk Bank 

Stonington Bank 

Total, 7 Banks. \ 



Samuel Arnold 

John A. Butler 

Charles H. Brainard. 

Ezra C. Read 

: Nath. F. Thompson . 

J. H. Welch 

i James G. Day 



Cashier. 

William L. Jenkins. . 

Joseph A. Beardsley 

George W. Willett..., 

William A. Falls...., 

Charles E. Brown. . , 

I John W. Hesse 

I Jacob Russell , 

i William Hawes 

I Samuel B. White 

! Isaac Anderson 

I Theodore D. Warren.. 
i C. A. Waterbury 

John S. Harberger . . . 

Wm. S. Carman 

William H. Rogers. . . 

Aaron B. Hays 

Henry T. Chapman, Jr. 

Robert Buck 

Geo. J. N. Zabriskie.. 

John Van Orden 

John W. B. Dobler . . 



J. S. Green 

William Demouy. 



$1,000,000 



William C. Ralston . . $5,000,000 



Capital 

$3,000,000 

1,000,000 
200,000 

1,000,000 
200,000 
200,000 
500,000 
200,000 
800,000 
100,000 
500,000 
100,000 

2,050,000 
1(10,000 

1,000,000 
400,000 
300,000 
422,700 
412,500 
200,000 
100,000 
94,500 



12,379,700 

$750,000 
250,000 



C. W. Bush 



David B. Ventres . . 

M. W. Graves 

George F. Hills 

Samuel Llovd 

George B. Ourtiss . . 
Joseph N. Cowles . . 
Ira H. Palmer 



100,000 



$5,100,000 



$ 66,400 

250,000 

400,000 

500,000 

I 300,000 

I 100,500 

60,000 

;|1,676,900 



48 



State Banks. 



DELAWARE 



Locution. \ Kami of Bank. 

Dover Farmers' Bk. of Del. . 

Georgetown . " " Branch. 

Newcastle . . . ' Farmers' B. of Del. Br, 

Smyrna 1 Bank of Smyrna 

Wilmington .; Farmers' Bk. Branch. 

Total, 5 Bank^. 



Georgetown . Farmers & Mechanics' 
Washington . i Bank of Washington . 



Augusta . 



Bloomington. 
Chicago 



Total, 2 Banks. 
Geo. E. R. & B. Co. 
Total, 1 Bank. 



McLean County Bank 

People's I'an'x ' 

Marme Company 

See Card in Bank 



President. Caghier. 

Henry Kidgely James P. Wild . 

G. H. Wright ; James Anderson 

Andrew C. Gray Charles Kimmey 

William M. Bell. 

A. G. Kobinson. 



Avres Stockly . , 
Cfiarles J. Dupont. 



DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 

I 

H. AL Sweeney I William Laird, Jr. 

William Gunton [ James Adams 



GEOEGIA. 
John P. King j Joseph Milligan. 



ILLINOIS. 



Free Banks. 

A. Gridlev A. W . Ollis 

George W. Par,- e -..A. WiUson. . . 

J. Young Scummon . . g. S. Eogers 

Alman(ic,lii70. \>. xxvi 

i Treasury Bank i James H. Woodworth' j. R, Dickinson. 

Mcrch. Sav. L. &T.Co. | S. A. Smith. Charles Henrotiu 



" State Savings Inst. 

Elgin : Home ; ank 

Moii.ie Manuf cturers' Ban'i 

Paris Edgar County Bank. 



Total, 9 Ba7ik\s. 



Indianapolis.. Parent Bank. 

Bedford Branch Bank 

Indianapolis . " " 

Jeffersonville i " " 

Laporte | " " 

Logansport . . i " " 

Madison I " " 

Muncie I " " 

Kushville 

South Bend . . 
Terre Haute. . 



Total, 10 BrancJies. 



New Albanv. Bank of Salem. 

Paoli Bunkof Paoli.. 

Salem Bank of Salem . 



Capital. 

t 18G,000 
120,000 
138,000 
100,000 
236,000 



$ 780,000 



$ 300,000 
279,000 



$ 579,000 

$ 300,000 



George Schneider in, 15. Jiiaaer I 

0. Davidson i 

S. W. Wheelock CharYes' w! Lobdeli' 

Hiram Sandford ... George E. Levings . . 

INDIANA. I 
Bank State of Ikd. 



James M. Ray , 

M. A. Malott 

Oliver Tousey 

James S. Bradley 

W. A. Place 

James Cheney , 

N.Powell , 

John Marsh , 

George C. Clark , 

John Brownlield 

Bead 



Joseph A. Moore 

W. C. Winstandley . . 

D. M. Taylor 

John Adams 

Hart L. Weaver 

William Ingram 

D.J. Phillips 

John W. Burson 

Joseph M. Oglesby . . . 



Preston Husaey . 



Total, 8 Banks. 



Manchester . . j Delaware County Bk. 
Washington . j Farmers «fe Merch. B. 

Total, 2 Banh. 

Ashland Bank of Ashland 

Bowl'g Green Bk. of Bowling Green 

Columbia Bank of Columbia 

Covington . . . Fanners' Bank of Ky . 

" ... Northern Bank of Kv. 

Cynthiana . . . Commercial Bk. of ivv. 

Elkton Bank of Elkton ....'. 



Indiana Fbee Banks. 

L. Bradley E. Newland 

Henry Cunnigan J. C. Albert 

Wadhington C. DePaw Dennis M. McMalion. 



300,000 



$ 50,000 
liii ,ii(ia 
300,000 

165,000 

1,000,000 

500,000 

25,0(iu 



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$2,^40,000 



I 25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 



IOWA. 

J. S. Belknap 

I. A. Henderson . . 

KENTUCKY. 

Hugh Means 

J. R. Underwood. . , 
T. T. Alexander . . . 

R. Pretlow 

William Ernst 

J. W. Peck 

John W. Lewis 



W.H. Seeds. 
S. G. Owen. 



A. C. Campbell 

Thomas C. Calvert . . . 

E. A. C. Martin 

Charles W. Stewart. . . 

J. B. Jones 

J. S. Withers 

J . A. McEeynolds 



$ 250,000 



$ 138,000 
50,000 
50,000 



$ 238,000 



$ 50,000 
6 ^Oi 



1100,000 

$ 200,000 
200,000 
100,000 
700,000 
500,000 
85,650 
50,000 



Kentucky — Louisiana — Maine. 



49 



Georgetown.. 
Glasgow 



Location. I Xame of Bank. 

Eminence . . . | Bank of Eminence. . . 
Flemingsb'g : Bunk ofLouisville . . .'. 

Frankfort Bank of Kentucky. . . . 

, Fanners' Bank of Ky. 

Deposit Dank 

Farmers' Bank 

Deposit Bank 

Deposit Bank 

Grocmnpsbnrg' Greennp Deposit B. . . 
Harrodsburg. Commercial Bk. of Ky. 
Henderson . . Farmers' Bank of Ky . 
Hopkinsville., Bank of Ilopkinsville. 

Lebanon i Commercial Bk. of Ky. 

Lexington . . j Northern Bank of Ky . 

Louisville ... Bank of Kentucky 

'' . . . ' Bank of Louisville 

" ... Central Savings Bank 

*' ... Commercial Bank 

" .1 Falls City Tobacco B. 

j , See card in Bankers' 

'• ... Farmers & Drovers' . 

" ... Franklin Bank 

' • ... German B. tt Ins. Co . 

... Louisville In. &B. Co. 
... iMa.sonic Savmgs Bank 

'' . . . , Mechanics' Bank 

" . . . ] Merchants' Bk. of Ky. 

'• . . . ' Northern Bank of Ky. 

" . . . j People's Bank 

" . . . ; German Security Bank 
" ... I Western Fin. Corpor'n 

" . . *: Western Insur. & B Co 

" ... j Citizens' Bank. 

Midway I Deposit Bank. . 

Mt. Sterling. . Fanners' Bank. 



Prenulent. 
James II. Drane. . ... 
Samuel Stockwell . . , 

A W.Dudley , 

Tho. N. Lindsey..., 

Philip Swigert 

J. F. jRobinson , 



mg. . 

Owensboro'.. Ovvensboro' Dep. Bk. 
" .. Planters' Bank of Ky. 

Paducah j Bank of Louisville . . . 

" .... Commercial Bk. of Ky. 

Paris Deposit Bank 

" Northern Bank of Ky. 

Shelbv'\'ille . . Bank of Shelby ville. 

Somerset I Deposit Bank 

Springfield . . j Washington Dep. Bk. 
Versailles ... Commercial Bk. of Ky. 
Total, 49 Banks. 



New Orleans. 



Belfast . . . 
Eockland 

Searsport . 



Bank of America 

Bank of New Orleans. 

Bank of Louisiana 

Crescent Citv Bank. . 
Citizens' Bank of La. . 
Louisiana State Bank . 
Mechanics & Traders' 

Merchants' Bank 

N. O. Canal & Bank. Co. 

Union Bank of La 

Southern Bank 

Total, 11 Banks. 



P. K. Leslie 

W. C. Ireland 

S. McBrayer 

Joseph Adams 

John C. Latham 

R. II. Rowntree 

Madison C. Johnson. 

Virgil McKnight 

Charles Tilden 

T. H. Crawford 

D. S.Benedict 

L. L. Warren 

Almanac paqe xxxL 

L. B. O'Bannan 

Joseph Swager 

H nry Deppcn 

Theo'dore Harris 

Henry W^ehmhoff . . . 

Jacob Kalfus 

H. C. Caruth 

J. S. Lithgow 

William B. Hamilton 

J. H. Detchen 

H. D. Newcomb 

A. F. Coldewey 

William B.Belknap.. 

W. A. Moore , 

G. W. Proctor 

James Weir 

S. M. Wmg 

James Campbell 

L. M. Flounioj' 

Charles V. Higgins. . . 

Robert T, Davis 

Josephus H. Wilson.. 



H. McElroy 

David Thornton 



LOUISIANA. 

A. M. Fortier 

Charles Cavaroc 

Robert M. Davis 

E. H. Summers 

John G. Gaines 

Jules A. Blanc 

Walter G. Robinson. 

E. H. Reynes 

George Jonas 

Samuel C. Bell 

Thomas Lay ton 



Canhier. 

James L. Allen 

N. S. Andrews... . 

£. II. Taylor 

Grant Green , 

John Watson 

Noa Spears 

James Y. Kelly 

F. M. Dickey 

Joseph Pollock . . . , 
Z. P. McBraver... 
Leonard H. tvne. . 
James A. Wallace . , 

N. S. Ray , 

Augustus F. Hawkins. 

Thomas L. Barret 

E. D. Morgan 

C. G. Rogers 

W. C. Hite 

R. B. Alexander 



MAINE. 

Amos M. Roberts 

Samuel Larrabee 

Samuel Veazie 



Eastern Bank 

Mercantile Bank 

Veazie Bank 

Bank of Commerce . ^ 

Lime Rock Bank .... I ^'^^ ^^^"^^^ 

North Bank i John T. Berry .. . 

Searsport Bank ' i^^^ f,''"^ 

'^ I Isaac Carver 

Total, 1 Banks. 



R. S.Veech 

John David O'Leary . 

P. Viglini 

J. M. Gleason, Sec 

Jacob Krieger, Sr 

Henry L. Pope 

J. H.LindenDerger. . . 

H.B.Hill 

James H. Huber 

J. S. Barret 

John B. Smith 

William Reinecke. . . . 

John G. Barret 

R.D. Shipp 

William ^Mitchell 

W. B. Tyler 

T. S. Anderson 

Samuel B. Hughes 

J. L. Dallam 

H. M. Rucker 

Charlton Alexander . . 

Shelby Vannatta 

Eben 'Milton 

C. R. McElrov 

E. K. Thornton 



Capital. 

$100,000 
100,000 
350,000 
400,000 

1 (',..MI 

200,000 
50,000 



150,000 
200,000 
300,000 
125,00r» 
55' ',000 
229, OOC 
1,000,0 
l(»",nOO 
500,0 H( 
425,000 

10^',<H'0 
200,000 
3'i<',i.(;0 
250,000 
250,000 
100,000 
260,000 
550,000 
500,000 
2 0,000 
800,000 
250,000 
500,000 
100,000 
200,000 
100,000 
100,000 
200,000 
400,000 

50,000 
300,000 
200,000 
100,000 

50,000 
150,000 



$12,914,650 



J.E.Pascal $50r,800 

, I 500,000 
i Closinr/. 
326,790 

2,000,000 
600,000 
750,000 
500,000 

1,582,000 
600,000 
803,700 



Numa Augustin. 

E. J. Thibaut 

Charles Faurie, Jr. 
J. L. Delery 



Thomas J. Dix 

Charles Jumonville . . . 

George A. Freret 

John G. Devereux . . . 



William H. Mills. 
John S. Ricker .. 
Alfred Veazie.... 
John H. Quimby. 

J. F. Merrell 

S. N. Hatch 

Charles Gordon. . 



$8,270,290 



$ 150,000 
76,000 
160,000 
75.000 
75^000 
50,000 
50,000 

$ 625,000 



50 




State Bcnd'S. 
MARYLAND. 






Location. 


Name of Bank. 


President. 


Cashier. 


Capital. 


Frederick . . . 
llagerstown . . 


FredericktownSav.In. 
llagerstown Bank .... 


William J. Ross 

Wm. T. Hamilton.... 


L. Ramsburg, Sec. . . . 
Jno. II. Kansler 


1 200,606 




Total, 2 Banks. 


Baltimore. 




$200,000 


South street. . 

It ' ' 

Howard st. . 
Gay street . . 


Bank of Commerce. . . 

Chesapeake Bank 

Franklin Bank 

Howard Bank 

Marine Bank 

People's Bank 

Total, 6 Banks. 


James W. Alnutt .... 

John S. Gittings 

Charles J. Baker 

Peter Kephart 

B. A. Vickers 

D. Carson 


Clapham Murray 

John M. Littig 

Charles Goodwin 

John G. Lester 

Samuel T. Shaw... . 
John M. Nelson 


1 500,000 
364,000 
600,000 
245,000 
405,000 
139,000 




MICHIGAN. 






$2,253,000 


Detroit 


Merchants & Manuf . . . 
Jackson City Bank. . . 

Total, 2 Banks, 


Theo. II. Hinchman . . 
Wm. D. Thompson . . 

MINNESOTA. 


Chas. C. Cadman .... 
B. Newkirk 


$100,000 
100,000 










$ 200,000 




La Crosse & Crescent. 

City Bank 

People's Bank 

Total, 3 Banks. 


T. M. Metcalf 

If. H. Sibley 

E. S. Edgerton 


A. H. Peall 


$ 50,000 

100,(00 

50,000 


8t. Paul 

St. Peter 


H. P. Upham 




MISSISSIPPI. 


• 






$ 200,000 


Columbus . . . 
Okolona 


Columbus Ins. &B. Co 
Oko. Savings Inst 

Total, 2 Banks. 


A. S. liiimphries 

T. W. Williams 

MISSOURI. 


N. E. Goodwin 

A. Babbitt 


$ 300,000 
100,000 










$400,000 


Arrow Rock.. 


Bank of Missouri 

Bank of Mo. 


W. D. Sappington . . . 

S. H. Stuart. . .' 

Edwin Curd 

N. Holmes 


H. S. Mills 


$100,000. 
100 000 


(^anron 


A. Reese 


\iillicotlie.. . 
Kansas City.. 
Paris 


Western Bank of Mo.. 

Mechanics' Bank 

Farmers' Bank of Mo. 

Exchanj^g Bank 

Mechanics' Bank 

Total, 1 Banks. 


James S. Henderson. . 

D. L. Shouse 

0. P. Gentry 


53,300 
107,000 
150 000 


Thomas Crutcher 

S. M. Edgell 

Oliver Gamson 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 


St. Louis .... 


E. C. Breck 


500 000 


t( 


George T. Hulse 


^oojooo 




11,710,300 


Concord 


Mechanics Bank 

Merrimack County Bk 
Union Bank 


Josiah Minot 


Charles Minot 

William R.Walker... 
A. C. Pierce. 


$ 80,000 


n 


Ebenezer S. Towle . . . 

G. B. Chandler 

Joseph H. Smith 

Samuel M. Wheeler . . 

Hiram Barker 

Stephen Kendrick. . . . 

James U. Parker 

Isaac Spalding 

Aaron W. Sawyer. . . . 
J. Chandler 


80,000 
100,000 


Dover 


Dover Bank 


Gustavus H. Home . . 
Calvin Hale 


35,000 


t( 


Langdon Bank 

J-armington Bank .... 

VaUey Bank 

Manclicster Bank .... 

Nashua Bank 

Pennichuck Bank .... 
New Ipswich Bank. . . 

Pine River Bank 

Salmon Falls Bank... 

Total, 13 Banks. 


40,000 


Farmington. . 
Hillsboro'.... 
Manchester . . 
Nashua 

New Ipswich. 


John D. Lvmau 

J. C. Campbell 

Nathan Parker 

John M. Hunt 

Harrison Ilobson 

William A. Preston . . 

Buel C. Carter 

WiUiamH. Morton... 


75,000 

50,000 

125,000 

125,000 

100,000 

75,000 


OR>ipee 

EoUinsford... 


Nathaniel Grant 

Hiram R. Roberts 

NEW JERSEY. 


50,000 
60,000 




$ 985,000 


Bordentown . 
Hightstown. . 
Middlet'n Pt. 
N. Brunsw'k. 
Somerville... 
Trenton 


Bordentown Bkg. Co. 
Central Bank of N. J. 
Farmers & Merchants' 

State Bank 

Somerset County Bk. . 
Trenton Banking Co. . 


John L. McKnight. . . 

E.C.Taylor... 

Asbury Fountain 

JohnR. Ford 

Joshua Doughty 

Philemon Dickinson . 


S. C. Forker 

J. M. Cubberley 

H. W. Johnson 

J. T. Fountain 

John V. Veghte 

Thomas J. Stryker . . . 


$ 50,125 
75,000 
200,000 
250,000 
100,(.>00 
450,000 




Total, 6 Banks. 






$1,125,125 



New York — Ohio — Pennsylvania — Hhode Island. 



61 



Location. 
Albany 

Bath ...*.* ". '. '. 
Binghainton 
Brooklyn . . . 



Bullalo 



Cortland .... 

Dnnsville 

Lansingburg. 

Lyons 

Metlina 

Norwich 

Oswego 

Painted Post. 

Pha»nix 

Rochester . . . 
Sclieneotadv . 
Silver Creek . 
Skaneateles. . 

Syracuse 

Troy 

Trnmansburg 

Ctica 

White Pkms. 



Cincinnati . 



Tippeca'e C'y 



Cannonsburg. 
Carlisle 



Hanover 

Ilarrisburg . . 
Philadelpnia. 

Pittsburgh . . 

Eeading 

Shippehsb'g.. 
Shrewsbury. . 
Stroudsburg . 



Bristol .. 
Newport 



Name of Bank. 
Mechanics & Fannaos' 

Hope Bank 

Steuben Co. Bank 

SusquehannaValley B. 

Brooklvn Bank 

Central Bk. Brooklyn. 
Coiunit'rt'ial Bank .'. . . 

Long Island Bank 

Mechanics <fe Traders' 

Mechanics' Bank 

Bank of Attica 

Mannf. <fe Traders' Bk. 
Marine Bk. of Buffalo. 
New York & Erie Bk. 
White's Bk. of Buffalo 

Randall Bank 

Bank of Cortland .... 

Hank of Dansville 

Bank of Lan.><ingburg. 
H.G.Hotchkiss&Co.B. 

Union Bank 

Bank of Chenango 

The Citj^Bank 

Bank of CjTyuga Lake. 

Phoenix Bank 

Bank of Monroe 

Schenectady Bank 

Bank of Silver Creek . 
Biink of Skaneateles . . 
Syracuse City Bank . . 
Merchantfi &' Meeh. B. 
Bank of Trnmansburg 
H.D.Barto&Co.'sBk 
Oneida County Bank.. 
Central Bank 



NEW YORK. 

Preniilent. 

Thos. W. Olcott 

James Hendrick 

D. C. Howell 

Sherman D. Phelps .. 
1 Thomas Messenger. . . 

' John K. l^ruvn 

I Thomas D. lludson.. 

William C. Fowler. . . 
jDe Witt C. Tower... 

I Conklin Bnish 

I Andrew J. Rich 

! Henry Martin 

iM. P. Bush 

j John S. Ganson 

I John B. Griffin 

! WiUiam R. Randall . . 

James S. Squires 



Total, 3i Banks. 



Bank of Ohio Valley. . 

Commercial Bank 

Set card in Jiankers' 

Franklin Bank 

Lafayette Bank 

See card in Bankers 
Miama Bldg.&L'n Ass 



Total, 6 Banks. 

Cannonsburg Savings. 
Carlisle Deposit Bank 
Hanover Saving Fund 
Dauphin Deposit Bk.. 
UnioA Bankmg Co. . . 
West Philadelphia B. . 
Bank of Pittsburgh. . . 
Reading Savings B.. . 
J'armers & Mech. Bk. 
Shrewsbury Sav. Inst.. 
Stroudsburg Bank . . . 

Total, 11 Banks. 



Commercial Bank 

Merchants' Bank 

New Eng. Commercial. 
R. L Union Bank 

Total, 4 Banks. 



Frederick B. Leonard, 

H. G. Hotchkiss 

WilUam W. Potter . . . 

Walter M. Conkey 

Delos De Wolf 

Cephas Piatt 

Samuel Avery 

Jarvis Lord 

J. Cady 

George W. Tew 

Joel Thayer 

Patrick Lynch 

D. Thomas Vail 

Hiland K. Clark 

Henry D. Barto 

Charles n. Doolittle.. 
WUUam H. Albro.... 



OHIO. 

W. W. Scarborough. 
Charles B. Foote.... 
Almanac, page xliii. 

B. F. Brannan 

Joseph C. Butler 

Almanac. par/e xlvii. 
Samuel Sullivan 



Caahier. 

Dudley Olcott 

William A. Young . . 
William E. Howell.. 

J. W. Manier 

Peter S. Henderson . 

John L. Spader 

J.J Vail 

A. J. Beekman 

E. A. Thurston . . , . . 
George W. White . . . 
Charles Townsend . . 
James H. Madison . . 

S. M. Clement 

James Sweeney 

Frederick Griclley . . . 
Jonathan Hubbard . . 

B. B. Wood-worth . . . 



Alexander Walsh . . . 

Leman Hotchkiss 

J. M. Kennan 

William B. Pellet. . . . 
David Mannering . . . 



Edmund Merry 

William R. Seward. . 
William L. Goodrich 

Clark C. Swift 

B.F. Stiles 

D. H. Fitzgerald.... 

Francis Sims 

Asa B. Clark 

George T. Spink 

John M. Butler 

Henry M. Bissell 



Ammi Baldwin 
HugUColville.. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Robert M. Henderson. 

Jacob Wirt 

James McCormick . . . 

N. C. Musselman 

Isaac W. Hughes 

John Harper 

A. J. Boas 

Henry Ruby 

Henrv Latimer 

D. S.'MiUer 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Jacob Babbit 

S. H. Cottrell 

George Bowen 

WilUam C. Cozzens. 



John Kilgour, V. Pres. 
Henry Peachey 



George P. Eaton 



Henry Bennett 

J. P. Hassler 

R. A. Eichelberger . . . 

J. McCormick, Jr 

James A. Hill 

S. E. Neiler 

William Rose burg 

J. L. Rightmyer 

A. G. Miller 

John Hoahour 

James H. Stroud 



J. N. Burgess 

Charles DT Hammett. . 

George T. Weaver 

John S. Coggeshall. . . 



Cnjyital. 

$350,000 
50,000 
150,000 
100,000 
300,000 
200,000 
100,000 
400,000 
100,000 
500,000 
250.000 
829;300 
200,000 
300,000 
200,000 
50,000 
100,000 
i/6.270 
150^000 

76,000 

150,000 

276,400 

5,000 

100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

82,290 

67,964 

50,000 

300,000 

20,000 

20,000 

125,000 

100,000 

$5,926,224 



I 500,000 
500,000 

300,000 
25t),000 

100,000 

$1,650,000 



$9,690 

100,000 

50,000 

50,000 

110,000 

500,000 

1,161,900 

10,000 

50,000 

12,500 

100,000 



$2,154,090 



$ 52,500 

100,000 

75,000 

173,700 

$401,200 



62 



State Banks. 



Location. 
4S Weybosset 

Weybosset st. 
u 

62 'W'tminster 
154 High 8t . . 
25 Wevbosset 
3 Canal street 
87 Wevbosset 
87 W'tminstei 
32 " 

10 Union Bldg 
42 Weybosset 



Norfolk 

Portsmouth. . 



Wheeling... 



Baraboo 

La Crosse. . . . 
Madison 

Milwaukee \ 



Oconomowoc. 
Portasre City. 

Prescott 

Racine 

Sheboygan. . . 

Watertown. . . 
Waupun 



Name of Bank. 

Atlantic Bank 

Btmk of America 

Butchers & Drovers' 
Grocers & Producers' . 

High Street Bank 

Jackson Bank 

Liberty Bank 

Northern Bank 

Pawtuxet Bank 

State Bank 

Union Bank 

Westminster Bank .... 

Total, 12 Banks. 



Citizens' Bank 

People's Bank 

Bank of Portsmouth . 

Total, 3 Ba7iks. 



Bank of "Wheeling . 



Sank Co. Bank 

Batavian Bank 

Bank of Madison 

State Bank 

South Side Savings B. 

See card./pa^e Ivii. 

Second Ward Sav. Bk. 

Wis.Mar.&F.Ins.Bk. 
[ Summit Bank 

Columbia County Bk. 
I Ci+^y Bank 

Bank of Racine 

Bank of Sheboygan . . 

German Bank 

Bank of Watertown . . 

Com Exchange Bank . 

TotoX, 15 Bariki. 



Providence, R. I. 

Prffi^klent. 

Hiram Hill 

Zachariah Chafee. . . 
Beniamin B. Knight 

Esek Tallman 

Caleb Harris , 

Alfred Anthony 

Duty Evans 

David Ballon 

A. M. Kimball 

John P. Meriam. . . . , 
James Y. Smith. . . . , 
EU Aylsworth 



VIRGINIA 

Richard Taylor. . . 

J. C. Derning 

George W. Grice . 



WEST VIRGINIA. 
Daniel C. List 



WISCONSIN. 

T. Thomas 

Gysbert Van Steenwyk 

Simeon Mills 

Samuel Marshall 

G. C. Trumpff 

V. Blatz 

Alexander Mitchell . . . 

Curtis Mann 

John P. McGregor . . . 

H. MiUer 

Henry J. UUmann 

Joseph Schrage 

George C. Cole 

Albert L. Pritchard . . 
David Ferguson 



Cashier. 

Charles M. Stone 

Edward N. Davis 

Newton C. Dana 

E. F.Phillips 

C. H. Bassett 

Theodore B. Talbot . . 
Christoph. R. Drowne. 

Sullivan Fenner 

Thomas R. Green . . . . 

Samuel Kennedy 

James B. Hoskins 

Gilbert A. PhilUps... 



W. W. Chamberlam. . 
Wm. S. Wilkinson. . . 
W. H. H. Hodges . . . . 



Gibson Lamb . 



Capital. 

t 131,300 
200,000 
246,500 
160,000 
120,000 
2-6,950 
121,150 
251,000 
150,000 
154,500 
£00,000 
156,000 



$2,427,400 



$ 170,000 
50,000 
50,000 



W. B. Thomas. 



James L. Hill 

Lucien S. Hanks . 
J. B. Koetting... 



W. H. Jacobs 

David Ferguson . . 
H. K. Edgerton... 
Cornelius vVheeler 
H. S. Miller 



F. R. Townsend 

James H. Mead 

Wilham H. Clark . . . . | 
Wilham Hobkirk . . . . j 



$ 270,000 



% 137,700 



1 25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
50,000 
25,000 

25.000 
100,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 
25,000 

$ 475,000 



RECAPITULATION OF STATE BANKS 



No. o/Bankt. Capital. 

Alabama 2 .... $1,000,000 

California 2 .... 5,100,000 

Coimecticut 7 1,676,900 

Delaware 5 780,000 

District of Columbia. 1 579,000 

Giorgia 1 800,000 

Illinois 9 .... 2.240,000 

Indiana 13 .... 488,0(X) 

Iowa 2 .... 10(),(KX) 

Kentucky 49 .... I2,m4,<r)0 

Louisiana 11 .... 8,270,:>«)0 

Maine 7 .... 62-,(K)0 

Maryland 8 .... 2.453.(M)0 

Michiiran 2 .... 200.000 



No. of Banks. Capital. 

Minnesota 3 .... $200,000 

Mississippi 2 400,000 

Missouri. 7 .... 1,710,300 

New Hampshire 13 .... 985,000 

New Jersey 6 1,125,125 

New York 'State 34 .... 6.9-'6,2J4 

" City 22 .... 12,379,700 

Ohio 6 .... 1,650,000 

Pennsvlvania 11 .... 2,154,090 

Rhode IsUmd 16 .... 2,828,600 

Virainii 3 .... 270,000 

West Virginia 1 .... 137,700 

Wisconsin 15 475.000 



LIST OF PRIVATE BANKERS, 

AND SAVINGS BANKS ACTING AS BANKERS, 
AND DEALERS IN EXCHANGE. 

^;^ The publisher requests that errors or omissions in their list, may he reported vnmediaicly, 
for correction in the next edition of this work. 



Alabama 68 

Arkansas 1 54 

California 54 

Colorado 55 

Connecticut 55 

Dakota 55 

Delaware. 55 

District of Columbia 55 

Florida 65 

Geor^a 55 

Idaho 56 

Illinois 56 

Indiana 59 

Iowa 60 

Kansas 61 



Kentucky 62 

Louisiana 62 

Maine 63 

Maryland 63 

Massachusetts 6;i 

Michigan W 

Minnesota 65 

Mississippi , 66 

Missouri ... 66 

Montina 68 

Nebraska 68 

Nevada 63 

New Hampshire 69 

New Jersey 69 

New York State 69 



NewTorkCity S2 

North Carolina.. 71 

Ohio T2 

Oregon 74 

Pennsylvania 74 

Rhode Island 78 

South Carolina 7S 

Tennessee TS 

Texas 79 

Utah .. 79 

Vermont 79 

Virginia T9 

West Virginia SO 

Wisconsin. SO 

Canada 81 



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Alabama. 

Location. Cotmty. Kame of Banker. New Toi'k Correspondent. 

Abbevi le Henry Gordon, A. C Lawrence Brothers & Co. 

Eufaula. Barbour Young, Edward B National Bank Kepublic. 

'* " Bates, M Bank of New York. 

" " Perkins, T. J Norton, Slaughter «fc Co. 

" " ( Home Insurance Co John H. Watson & Co. 

j See their curd in Bankers' Almanac, page xxiiL 

Florence Lauderdale Greek & H vde Bank of New York. 

Greenville Butler Sutherlin. J. M Lehman Bros. 

Huntsville Madison Fordyce & Rison Bank of America. 

" Nat.Freed. Sav.&Tr. Co.Jay Cooke &Co. 

Letohatchee Lowndes Broughton, I. A Lawrence Brothers & Co. 

Marion Perrjr Perry Ins. & Trust Co. .Howes & Macy. 

Mobile Mobile Commercial Savings B. . First National Bank. 

" " Brou a, Begouen & Co.. .Duncan, Sherman <fe Co. 

" " Dorrance, C. W George Opdyke & Co. 

" " Halsev, Goldthwaite& Co. Brown Bros. <fc Co. 

" " N. Freed. Sav. & Tr. Co.Jay Cooke & Co. 

" " Masson. James H Wmslow, Lanier & Co. 

" " Miller & Co., Thomas P. Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

" " Mobile Savings Bank National Park B'k and Howes & Macy. 

" " Muldon, J. M. Babcock Brothers. 

" " St. John, Ne^vton J. B. Alexander & Co. 

Montgomery Montgomery .. Farley , Smith & Co Howes & Macy and Ocean Nat. Bank. 

" " . . Holmes & (^oldthwaite. . J. B. Alexander & Co. 

" " . . Micou & Morgan Lehman Brothers & Nat. Furk Bank. 

" " . . Morris & Co. , Josiah .... Howes & Macy and N. B. of Kepublic. 

" .. WiUiams, Albert 



54 Private Bankers in the United States. 

Locdtion. County. Name of Bitnlcfv. New York Correspondents. 

Sclma Dallas M. J. A. Keith & Co.. . .Central N. B. 

" " Solrna Savinjsrs Bank Howes & Macy. 

" " Selma F. & Mar. Ins. Co.Importers & Traders' National Bank. 

" .......... " T. K. Fergusson Dean, McGinms<feCo,& II. Clews & Co 

Tallailoga Talladega Isbel & Son Howes & Macy. 

Ai*kaiisa§. 

Little Eock Pulaski Tucker, S. H Bank of America. 

Favetteville Washington. . .Stark, Denton D Henry Clews & Co. 

Helena Honiur, Jolin S Henry Talmadge. 

California. 

Aurora Wells, Fargo, & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Auburn Placer Hubbard & Andz-CAS Wei s, Far^o & Co. 

Coloiua El Dorado Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & (^o. 

Dutch Flat Placer Moore, Miner & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

" '' W.& P. Nichols Lees & Waller. 

Downieville Sierra Lamping & Co., P. A 

Folsoni Sacramento Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Forest Hill,. . . .Placer Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Forest City Sierra Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Georgetown El Dorado Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

GoldEun Placer Moore, Miner & Co Wells, Fargo & Co 

Grass Valley Nevada Co Thos. Find ay & Co Lees & Waller. 

" .... " ... .Wells, Fargo & Co Wei s, Fargo «fe Co. 

Jackson Amadcr Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Laporte Plumer Conlv & Co., John Wells, Fargo & Co. 

" " Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Los Angeles Los Angeles. .Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

" " . . Hay ward, L. A., & Co . . Lees & Waller. 

Marysville Yuba Decker & Jewett American Exchange National Bank. 

'" " Kideout & Smith American Excliange National Bank. 

" " Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

" " Marysville Savmgs Bank 

Michigan Bluff. . Placer Tyler, E Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Napa City Napa Goodman & Co. , James H.Lees & Waller. 

Nevada City Nevada Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

" " Bank of Nevad.i County .Lees ife Waller. 

Newcastle Placer Wells, Fargo^ & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Oakland Alameda Oakland Saving Bank. . . Nmth National Banlj, 

" " Union Savings Bank Lees & Waller 

Oroville Butte Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Petahuna Sonoma Wickersham & Co., J. G.Lees & Waller. 

" " Bank of Sonoma County 

" " Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Placerville El Dorado. . . .Welle, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Sacramento Sacramento . . .Hastings & Co., B. F National Bank State of New York. 

" " ...Mills & Co., D.O Lees & Waller. 

" " ... Sacramento Savings Bank 

" " ... Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

San Francisco . San Francisco . Alsop & Co Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

" . . " Banks & Co Chemical National Bank. 

" .. " Bel oc Fr ores 

" Borel & Co., Alfred 

" .. " California Bldg.&Sav.Soc 

" .. " The Cty Bank....- 

*' . . " California Trust Co First National Rank. 

" . . " Davidson, B. & Co August Belmont & Co. 

" . . " Donohoe, Kelly & Co Eugene Kelly & Co. 

" . . " Hansmann, H Victor & Ac"helis. 

" .. " Hentsch & Berton De Rham & Co. 

" .. " Hickox «fe Spear Duncan, Slienuan & Co. 

" .. " Parrott & Co Duncan, Shennan & Co. 

" . . " Pioche tt Bayerquo F. Scliuchardt & Sons. 

" . . " Rather «fc Co Amer. Ex. N. B. and Drexel, W. & Co. 

" . . " Soligman, J. & Co J. & W. Seligman & Co. 

" .. " Sime & Co., John National Bank State of New York 

Shephml, J. G. & A. 8.. 



Tallaut & Co National Bank State of New York. 

Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 



Colorado — Connecticut — Delaware — Dut. of Col. — Florida — Georgia. 56 

Location. County. Kame of Banker. Neic York Correspondent. 

San AndrcuB Calaveras Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

San Jose Santa Clara. . . Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

'• " .. .Bank of San Jo e Let's A: Waller. 

Shasta Shasta Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Sonora Tuolumne Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Stockton San Joaquin . .San Joaquin Valley BankMetropolitan National Bank. 

" " . . Bank of Stockton Lees tt Waller. 

" " . . Savings & Loan Society. .Bank of California. 

" " .. Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Yrcka Siskiyou Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Bank Afjencies in San Francisco. 

San Francisco.. .San Francisco . Bank of British Columbia. Maitland, Phelps & Co., E. Bell, and 

C. F. Smithcrs. 
" .. '* Bank of British N. Am..B. B. North America. 

*■ . . '* London & S. F. Bank.. ..Dabney, Morgan & Co. 

Colorado. 

Central City Gilpin Ilussey & Co., Warren .. George Opdyke & Co. 

" " Mills, James.. 

Denver City . . .Arapahoe Hussey & Co., Warren . .George xlyke & Co. 

Georgetown Clear Creek. ..Chaffee & Co., J. B Fourth National Bank. 

Connecticut. 

Hartford Hartford Bissell & Co. , George P . Bank of New York; Vermilye & Co. 

" " ... j Matson, W. L., Ketcham & Clark. 

I See card in Hankers' Almanac. \870. page xxiv. 

" " Society for Savings Pank N. Y., N. B. A. 

Bridgeport Fairfield Hatch '& Watson Hatch &, Foote. 

New Haven New Haven, j Edward S. Scranton&Co.W. T. Hatch & Son ; Nat. Park Bk. 

1 See their card in Bankers' Almanac. 1810, page xxiii. 

" ...Bunnell, H. H..... Vermilye & Co. 

Newtown Fairfield Glover, H. B Henry Clews & Co. 

Waterhury New Haven. . .Elton Banking Co Fourth National Bank. 

West Winsted . . Litchfield Gilbert & Gay Imp. & Traders' Nat. Bank 

Dakota. 

Yankton Yankton Parmer, Mark M George Opdyke & Co. 

I>ela^vare. 

Wilmington Now Castle. . . McLear & Son, John Nat. Park Bank and Jay Cooke & Co. 



. . Robinson & Co., R. R. . .Ketchum, Phipps & Befknap. 

• • Woolston & Co Fisk & Hatch, and Howes & Macy. 



Di§trict of Columbia. 

Washington Washington . .Cooke & Co., Jay. ..... .Jay Cooke & Co. 

'• " i Johnson & Co., Lewis. . .National Park Bank. 

I See their card in Bankers' Almanac, 1870, pane xxv. 
" " j Middleton & Co L. Kountze ; National City Bank. 

( See their card in Bankers' Almanac, 1870, page xxv. 

" " ..Riggs&Co Bank of America. 

" " ( Rittenhouse,Fowler & Co. Metropolitan N. B. ; Gilman,Son A Co. 

I See their card in Bankers' Almanac, 1870, page xxv. 
" .... " . . Washingt'n CitySav. B'k.Howes & Macv ; Lockwood & Co. 

'' .... " . . Freedmen's Sav. & T. Co. Jay Cooke & Co. 

Florida. 

Femandina Nassau Dnryee, W. B. C Tradesmen's Nat. Bank. 

Jacksonville. . . .Duval Freedmen's Sav. & Tr. Co. Jay Cooke & Co. 

" ....** A. Hurlinir & Co Fourth National Bank. 

Tallahassee Leon Freedmen's Sav. & Tr.Co.Jay Cooke & Co. 

Georgia. 

Albany Dougherty . ...Cmger, W. R. & Co Howes & Macv. 

Americus Sumpter Coker, F. M R. T. Wilson ife Co. 



60 Private Bankers in the United States. 

Location. County. Name of Banker. Xeic York Correspondents. 

Amcricus Sunipter Speer & Hooks Howes & Macy. 

Atlftntit Fulton Lowry, W. M. & R. J. . .Howes & Mucy, and H. Clews & Co. 

" " James, John H National Park Bank. 

" " Geo. Loan & Trust Co Hopkins, Dwight & Trowbridge. 

Augusta Richmond Savings Bank of Augusta.. National Park Bank. 

" " FreedT Sav. & Tr. Co Jay Cooke & Co. 

" " ... .Barber, W. C Trevor & Colgate. 

" " Boggs, A Manning & DeForest. 

" " ....Branch, Sons & Co Nat. Pai-k Bank 

" " Cohen, John J., & Son. .National Park Bank. 

" " Craig, John National Park Bank. 

Colquitt Miller Sheffield & Co., J, C. . . . 

Columbus Muscogee King, John Nat. Bank Republic. 

" " Hawks *& ("astleman 

Fort Valley Loan <fc Trust Co R. T. Wilson & Co. 

Georiretown EUinjrton «& Mercer R. T. Wilson & Co. 

Griffin Spaulding Joseph H. Johnston R. T. Wilson & Co. 

" " Jones, Drum wright & Co. Merchants' Ex. National Bank. 

Macon Bibb Freed. Sav. & Tr. Co.. Jay Cooke & Ca. 

" " Cubbedge & Hazlehurst . East River Nat. Bank. 

" " Ellis & Bro., W. L R. T. Wilson «fc Co. 

" " Georgia M.lire&L.In.Co.Duncan, Sherman & Co. ; N. P. B'k. 

Plant&Son, LC Fourth National Bank. 



" City Banking Co National City Bank. 

Madison Morgan Broughton, J. A Lawrence Brothers &; Co. 

Rome Floyd Cothran & Maguire Maguire, Cothran & Co. 

Savannah Chatham Ketchum & Hartridge. .Fourth National Bank. 

" " Brvan & Hunter Henry Talniadge. 

" " Freed. Sav. & Trust Co. Jay Cooke & Co. 

'* " Freidenberg, A. & L Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

*' " Home Insurance Co Howes & Macy. 

" " Anderson, E. C,Jr Lawrence Bros. & Co. 

" " Maver&Co.,H Henry Talmadge. 

*' " Savannah B. & Trust Co. Fourth National Bank. 

" " Southern Ins. & Trust Co. Howes & Macy. 

•' " Tunno , WiUiam M Morton, BUss & Co. 

Idaho. 

Id^ho City Boise Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

BoieCity Ada Wells Fargo <fe Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

" " Greatnouse Brothers Lees & Waller. 

Illiaioi§. 

Aledo Mercer Eyers, A. M., & Co Merchants' Exchange Nat. Bank. 

Amboy Lee Ryon, George Gilman, Son & Co. 

" " Little, Josian Ocean National Bank. 

Areola Douglas H. L. Clark Merchants' Ex. National Bank. 

Atlanta Logan Exchange Bank National Trust Co. 

Augusta Hancock Dexter, Newcomb & Co. 

Aurora Kane Mix & Miller Gilman, Son & Co. 

" " Volentine & WUliams ... 

" " Bishop & Coulter Bank of North America. 

Beardstown Cass J. C. Leonard & Co National Broadway Bank. 

" " Illinois Insurance Co Mercantile National Bank. 

Brighton Macoupin Stratton & Ama-ss ........ Gilman, Son & Co. 

Belleville St. Clair Hinckley, Russell Bank of America. 

" " Belleville Savings Bank . American Exchange National Bank. 

" " Peoples' Bk. of Belleville Merchants' Exchange National Bank. 

Bement Piatt FLxher & Gregory Gilman, Son & Co. 

Bushnell McDonough . .Chandler & Cummings. .Fourth N. B. and Im. & Trad. N. B. 

Blooinington McLean McClun, Holder & Co National Park Bank. 

" " Phoenix Sav. L. «fe T. Co. Importers tt Traders' Nat. Bank. 

Bunker Hill .... Macoupin Mer. <fe Far. Sav., Loan ATrust Co. National Park Bank. 

Carbondale JacUson Farmers' Savings Hank. . Norton, Slaughter & Co. 

CarlinviUe Macoupin Chesnut & Dubois National Park Bk. and Howes <fe Macy. 

Carrolton Greene Long & Co., John Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

" " Pierson, David Gilman, Son & Co. 

Champaign City. Champaign... Gardner* Co., D Geo. Opdvke & Co. 

" " ... A. C. Bumham & Co National J*ark Bank. 



Illinois, 5 7 

Location. Coxmty. Kame of Banker. ^ew Fork Correapondenm. 

Charleston Coles rimiubers, J, T., & Co. . 

u u Mursliall, T. A., & Cc-Winslow, Lanier& Co. 

Chataworth Livingston E»t.y& Bro 

i' " Stillwell .Vj Co., John. . . J. H. Herrick & Co. 

Chenoa McLean Snyder, J. R Gilinan, Son & Co. 

Chicago Cook Adsit, James M National Park Bank. 

ii .* " ( Badger, A. C. & 0. F...Chem. Nat. B. & Clark, Dodge <fe Co. 

I S^e their card in Banhers* Almanac^ 1870, page xxvi. 

»i " Boyd, Chas. L White, Morris & Co 

»' " Cla'ussenius, II. & Co Third National Bank. 

" WWW.. " Collins & Ullman Tyler, Wrenn & Co. ; White, Morris 

t* " Commercial Loan Co National City Bank. [& Co. 

»» ' . . . '• C ashman & Hardin National Park Bank. 

" WW. " .Follansbee &Son, C St. Nicholas N. B. 

" " Gilmore, A. W First National Bank. 

" ] ] ] [ " Greenbaum & Foreman. . Kuhn. Loeb & Co. 

" '* Greenbaum & Co., Henry. Nat. Park Bank. 

»' " Inter. Mutual Trust Co. . Chatham N. B. ; L. Von Hoffman «i. Co. 

♦' \ " Lunt, Preston & Kean.. .Jay Cooke & Co. 

♦' " Mayer, L. & Steiner Nassau Bank. 

•' .' " Meadowcratl Brothers. ..Nassau Bank. 

" * * '. " Mer. Sav. Loan & Tr. Co. National Bank of Commerce. 

♦' " ' ' " ( Hibernian Bank Asso Fulton National Bank. 

( See card in Bankers' Almanac., ViHi^page xxviL 
" Mer.Fai-m.&Mech.Sav.B. Union Tnist Co. 

" " National Loan A Tr. Co . First National Bank. 

" " Niehoff & Co., C. L Chatham National Bank. 

" " Prairie State Loan &T. CoMerchants' Exchange National Bank. 

«' " Real Estate Loan&Tr. Co. National Park Bank. 

" " Silverman & Co., Lazarus National Park Bank. 

" " Slaughter, A. Northrup & Chick. 

" " Smith &Bro.,GeorgeC...Winslow,Lamier&Co.&H. Clews &Co. 

»' " Snydakei & Co National Park Bank. 

" " J State Savings Inst Am. Exchange Nat. Bank. 

( See card in Bankers' Almanac, l%l(i,page xxvii. 

« " Wren, Ullman & Co Ketchum, Phipps & Belknap. 

" " Wilkins & Stone Trevor & Colgate ; Vermilye & Co. 

'* " Winslow, F. S Thomas Eakin; 

Chillicothe Peoria Truitt, Matthews &.Co. . . George Opdyke & Co. 

Clinton De Witt Moore, C. H J. & J. Stuart ife Co. 

" " Warner & Co., John Ocean National Bank. 

Cordova Rock Island . Cole & Johnson Ninth National Bank. 

Danville Vermilion Short & Co., John C First National Bank. 

Decatur Macon Peddecord & Burrows . . . Gilman, Son & Co. 

" " Milliken & Co., James... Metropoh tan National Bank. 

De Kalb De Kalb Hopkins <fe Co., R National Park Bank. 

Delavan Tazewell Smith Brothers & Co National Park Bank. 

Du Quoin Perry Pomeroy & Co. , H. R Henry Clewg & Co. & N. B. Republic. 

" " Smith <fe Co., G. S GilraaUj Son & Co. 

Dwight Livinffston Strong, J. G Atlantic National Bank. 

Earlville La Salle Haight, Wilham R Vermilye & Co. 

East St. Louis . .St. Clair RealEstate & Sav. Bank.. National Park Bank. 

Edwardsville . . . Madison West & Prickett Metropolitan Nat. Bank. 

" ... " Farmers' Ex. tfe Loan Co . MetropoUtiin Nat. Bank. 

Effingham Effingham Craddock &. Habing American Nat. Bank. 

El Paso Woodford Shur, Tompkins & Co . . American National Bank. 

Elmwood Peoria Phelps »fc Tracy Fourth " 

Eureka ...Woodford Davis & Co., J. A J. & J. Stuart & Co. 

Farmington Fulton Stetson & Caldwell Gilman, Son & Co. 

Foreston Ogle Bank of Foreston Ninth National Bank. 

Freeport Stephenson . . . Mitchell, James National Park Bank. 

" " ... Knowlton, D. A. & Sons . .Fust National Bank. 

Fairbury Livingston . . .Lyman «fc Tavlor Ninth National Bank. 

Fulton Whitesides . . . Smith. Leander 

Galena Jo. Daviess . . .Felt, B. F Gilman, Son & Co. 

Galva Henrj^ Beck, Lewis W Nat. Park Bank & Gilman, Son & Co. 

Gallesburg Knox Davidson, E. C. & C. L.. Gilman, Don & Co. 

Geneseo Henry Dresser, J. F Gilman, Son & Co. 

Geneva Kane West & Son National Park Bank. 

Gilman Iroquois Wilson <fe Sons, James. . . George Opdyke & Co. 

Girard Macoupin Hindle, William MetropoUtan National Bank. 

Grafton Jersey • . . . Allen & Pinero 

Greenville Bond'. Smith & Co., W. F Morton, Bliss & Co. 



58 Private Bankers in the United States. 

Location. County. Name of Banker. Kew York Correspondents. 

Greenville Bond Holies & Son Morton, Bliss & Co. 

'' '' Morris, A. J Fourth National Bank. 

Griggsville Pike Ayres &, Lombard (Tilman, Son & Co. 

Havana Mason McFadden &, Coppel Ninth National Bank. 

Hillsboro' Montgomery. . Haskell, Harris & Co American Exchange National Bank. 

Harvard McHenry Crumb, J. C Ninth National Bank, 

Highland Madison F. Ryhiner & Co Mercantile National Bank. 

Jacksonville Morgan Ayres & Co., M. P American Exchange National Bank 

" " Central 111. B. & S. Asso.. National Park Bank. 

" .... " Hockenh ull, King wt Elliott.. Vermilye& Co. 

Jerseyville Jersey Cross & Swallow Jay Cooke & Co. ; Howes & Macy. 

" " Shephard & Co., William. Howes 6c Macy. 

Joliet Will Cagwm, F. L First National'Bank. 

Kankakee Kankakee Dale & Durham Jay Cooke & Co. 

Kinmundy Marion Haymond tt Co., T. W. . G.'Opdyke & Co. 

" " .... Wliitteniore, J. Aaron. . . National Bank of Commerce. 

Kewanee Henry Bank of Kewanee Chatham Nat. Bank . 

La Harpe Hancock *Gill & Co. , Chas. F Ninth National Bank. 

Lanark Carroll Van Vechten & Co Ninth National Bank. 

" " Sprogle, J. L Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

La Salle La Salle Adams & Hatch Importers & Traders' National Bank. 

Lena Stephenson . . . Fall, Corning & Co Vermilye «fc Co. 

Leroy McLean Somers, W. & W. H Ocean National Bank. 

Lewiston Fulton King, Turner & Co Ninth National Bank. 

Lexington McLean Malian »fc Co., J. C G. Opdykc & Co. 

Lincoln Logan Dustin, William M Ninth I^ational Bank. 

" " Mayfield & Co., M Howes & Macy. 

Litchfield Montgomery. .Brewer, Seymour & Co.. American Exchange National Bank 

Lockport WUl Norton & Co 

Macomb McDonough . . Holland & Winslow Ocean National Bank. 

Marengo Patrick <fe Co. , R. M Atlantic National Bank. 

Maroa Macon Crocker & Brothers Metropolitan National Bank. 

Marseilles La Salle Dow & Tillson 

Mason City Mason Campbell & Porter G. Opdyke & Co. 

Mattoon Coles Champion .Rudy & Co. . . Howes &- Macy. 

Mendota La Salle Kelsey & Price Howes & Macy. 

Moline Rock Island . . Moline J^avings Bank National Park^Bank. 

Minonk Woodford A. S . Baker. Importers & Traders' National Bank. 

Monmouth Warren Jones & Co.^ Claudius. . .Oilman, Son & Co. 

Mt. Sterling Brown Glenn, A. A Winslow, Lanier & Co. and H. & M. 

Naperville Dupage Scott & Co. , Willard National Bank North Americ?, 

Nashville Washmgton. . .Hay & Sons, A. D First National Bank. 

Onarga Iroquois Rhodes & Amerman First National Bank. 

Oneida Knox Congers, J. B Oilman, Son & Co. 

Ottawa La Salle F. A. Sherwood & Co Central National Bank. 

Paris Edgar Levings & Co.,C. W St. Nicholas Nationd Bank. 

Pana Christian Helmick, J. C, & Co Howes & Macy. 

" .... " Hayward. W. :E Oilman, Son & Co. 

Paxton Ford Toy & Tnompson Merchants' Exchange Nat. Bank. 

Pekin Tazewell Greigg & Co., George . . . Ocean National Bank. 

" " Smith & Co., Teis National Park Bank. 

Peoria Peoria Pulsifer &Co., S Metropolitan National Bank. 

*' " Davis & Hogue H. Clews & Co. 

Petersburg Menard Brahm & Greene American Exchange National Bank. 

" .... " Fracketton, R. H. & D . . National Park Bank. 

Polo Ogle King, L. F National Park Bank. 

" *' Wagner & Schell George Opdyke <fe Co. 

Pontiac Livingston Duff & Cowan National Bank of North America. 

Port Byron Rock Island. . . Devore & Sheppard National Bank of Commerce. 

Prairie City McDonough ..Kreidcr <fe Co., H. W Oilman, Son & Co. 

Princeton Bureau Fisher Brothers & Co. ... 

" .... " Ferris Brothers Howes & Macv. 

Quincy Adams Ricker & Co., Henrv F.J.American Exch. N. B. and First N. B. 

" " Woodruff, Thomas ^.... John J. Cisco & Son. 

" " Union Bank Third National Bank. 

Rochelle Ogle Mallery, I. M Metropolitan National Bank. 

Rockford Winnebago . . . Thompson, N. C Importers & Traders' National Bank. 

Rock Island Rock Island . .Mitchell & Lvnde National Bank of North America. 

Rushville Schuyler McCrcery & *Co., J. G. . .G. Opdyke & Co. 

Salem Marion Marion Co.T. & Loan Co.. National Park Bank. 

Sandwich De Kalb Sandwich Bank Ocean National Bank. 

Seneca La Salle Holderman. Bulkley «fe Colmporters & Traders' Nat Bank. 

Shannon Carroll J. L. Sprogle Wmslow, Ltnier & Co. 



Illinois — Indiana. 59 

Location. Cmnt]/. Xitme of Banker. New York Correttpondents. 

Shawncetown . . . Gailntin Rid^wav, George A Third National Bank. 

Shelby ville Shelby .* Thornton & Son^V. F. .Kissarn & Co. 

'' " Havtlon, J. J. «\: W. L...G. Opdyke& Co. 

Sparta Randolph S. r. Smith's Bank Northrup <fe Chick. 

Sprin^eid Sangamon . . \ Bunn, J American Exeliange National Bank. 

) iS'et' h!x card in Bankerfi' Almanac, 1870, paije xxviii. 

*' " ....SpringfieldM.&F.ln. Co, Metropolitan National Bank. 

" .... " . . ( Springfield Savings B'nk. Central National Bank. 

( See card in Bankers' Almanac^ 1S70, page xxviii. 

St. Charles Kane Coffin & Tolman Ninth National Bank. 

Sterling Whiteside .... Rogers, Patterson & Co. . G. Opdyke & Co. 

'' " Sanborn, W. A National Park Bank. 

Svcamore De Kalb Pierce, Dean & Co Ninth National Bank. 

I'aylorvillo Christian Vanderveer, H. M. & Co.Gilman, Son & Co. 

'" " A. G. Bames Ninth National Bank. 

Tolono Champaig^n . . .Bower, R. A. & Co Ninth National Bank. 

' Toulon Stark Dewev & Burge John J. Cisco & Son. 

Tuscola I)ougla.s Wyetli, Cannon & Co. . . . Metropolitan National Bank. 

Urbana Champaign . . . Ermentrout, Harvey &. Co.Ninth National Bank. 

" '^ Busev Bros. & Co Ninth National Bank. 

Vennont Fulton Mershon & Co., J Merchants' P^xchange National Bank. 

Virden Macoupin . . . Heaton.Dubois&Chesnut.How es & Macy, A: Gilman, Son & Co. 

"Watseka Iroquois Donovan, Woodford & Co. Jay Cooke & Co, 

Wonona Marshall McCall & Co. , John A . . . Geo. Opdyke & Co. 

Whiteliall Greene Pierson, Gregory & Co. .Importers & Traders' National Bank. 

Wihnington Will Daniels & Son, ^ohn H. .Atlantic National Bank. 

Winchester Scott Miner, Frost & Hubbard. American Exchange National Bank. 

"Woodstock McHenry Durfee & Co., C. B First National Bank. 

Wyomin:^ Stark Miner, A. B., & Co 

Young Aincrica. Warren Chapin, Moulton & Davis.Bank of North America. 

Indiana. 

Anderson Madison Crim & Co., William Hoover, Stone & Co. 

Angola Steuben Fox, Scoville & Co Anicricnn National Bank. 

Attica Fountain Fountain Co. Bank National Park Bank. 

Auburn De Kalb Ralston, S. W Lawrence Brothers & Co. 

Bloomington Monroe Buskirk & Hunter Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Brazil Clav Brazil Savings Bank Importers & Traders' National Bank. 

Columbia City. . Whitley Foust & Co., F. H Howes & Macy. 

Columbus Bartholomew. .McEwen & Jones Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Covington Fountain Hardy, J. G National Broadway Bank. 

Crawfordsville . .Montgomery . .Elstoh & Son National Park Bank. 

Delphi Carroll Spears, Case & Co National Broadway Bank. 

Edinburg Johnson Lewis, Harvey Third National Bank. 

Elkhart Elkhart Romain, S. B 

•Evansville Vanderburg . .Lowry & Co., W. J Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

" " . . Archer & Co Ocean National Bank. 

" " . . Venemann & Sons, Th. . Knauth, Nachod & Kuhne. 

Fort Wayne Allen Hamilton & Co., Allen . . P. M. Myers & Co. 

Frankfort Chnton Carter, Given & Co Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

" " . . International Bank Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Gosport Owen Pettit, Montgomery & Co. Third National Bank. 

Greensburgh ...Decatur Citizens' Bank Winslow, Lanier & Co 

Green Castle. . . .Putnam Brown & Keightly Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Indianapolis Marion Fletcher & Co., S. A Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

" .... " Harrison, A. & J. C. S . . National Park Bank. 

• •.. " IndianapolisB.B.Co.(Fletcher&Sharpe).. Winslow, Lanier & Co, 

" j Indianapolis Ins. Co Howes & Macy ; Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

I See their card. Bankers' Almanac, ISlO^page xxix. 

" " Indiana Banking Co Nat. Tmst <fe Co. 

" " Ritzinger, J. B Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

'• .... " j Woollen, Webb & Co. . . .National Trust Co. 

( See their card^ Bankers' Almanac^ 1870, page Ixii. 

Kendal ville Noble Moyer & Co., H American National Bank. 

Lafayette Tippecanoe. . .Coleman & Co Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Lanorte Laporte Wile. Jacob Nat. Park B. ; Imp. & Traders' N.B. 

Lebanon Boone Dougherty, Daily & Co. Ocean National Bank. 

Lil>eitv Union Union Co. Bank Fourth Nat. Bank, Cincinnati. 

Ligonier Noble Straus Brothers National Park Bank. 

Madison Jefferson Powell, McEwen & Fitch. Ocean National Bank. 

Marion Grant Sweetsers Bank P. M. Myers & Co. 

*' " Willson & Co., Jason. . .Hoover, Stone & Co. 



60 Private Bankers in the United States. 

Location. County. Name of Bimker. Kerr York Correitpondtnts. 

Michigan City . .Laporto Baldwin, D. J Ninth National Bank. 

Milton Wayne Citizen's Bank Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Mishawaka St. Joseph . . . Clark, Whitson & Co Gilman, Son & Co. 

" '' .... Clark, Whitson & Co ... . Gilman, Son & Co. 

Mount Vernon. .Posey Mt. Vernon Bank'g Co. . . Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

New Albany. . . .Floyd New Albany Ins. Co 

" " McDonald, "^Brown & Co. Ocean National Bank. 

" .... " Bank of Salem GUman, Son & Co. 

Paoli Orange Albert, J. C Jay Cooke & Co. 

Peru ^iami Bonds, Iloagland & Co. . Wmslow, Lanier & Co. 

" " Button, H Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Plymouth Marshall Plymouth Branch B. Co.. .National Park Bank. 

Prmceton Gibson Piinccton Banking Co . . .Winslow, Lani(!r & Co. 

Eensselaer Jasper McCoy & Thompson National Park Bank. 

Richmond Wayne Morrison,Blanchard & Co. Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Rochester Fulton Rochester Bank Third National Bank. 

Rushville Rush Rush Co. Banking Co. . .Ocean National Bank. 

Shelby ville Shelby Hamilton, Samuel Third National Bank. 

Terre 'Haute Vigo McKeen & Minshall Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

'' " Prairie City Bank Chemical National Bank. 

Union City Randolph Gray & Cadwallader Howes & Macy. 

Vmcennes Knox McKenney & Co , R. J. . Ocean National Bank. 

" " German Banking Co Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Wabash Wabash Citizens' Bank Third National Bank. 

Washington Davies Overton & Co. , F St. Nicholas National Bank. 

Waterloo City. . . De Kalb Harford. J. D 

V/inchester Randolph James Moorman Winslow, Lanier & Co. 



lo^va. 

Ackley Hardin W. W. Cameron • Geo. Opdyke & Co. 

Adel D«llas Graham, F. S Metropolitan National Bank. 

Alt i I Monroe Albia Deposit Bank David Wagstatf. 

Algona Kossuth Ingham A: Smith A. Corbin & Co. 

Anamosa Jones Stacy & Walworth Howes «fc Macy. 

" " Metcalf, H. C Thomas Eakin. 

Atlantic Cass Loring (to Bennet Gilman. Son & Co., 

Bedford Taylor Dale, Smiili & Co Ocean National Bank. 

Belle Plains Benton Bardwell, S. L National Park Bank. 

Bellevue Jackson W. L. Redmond & Co. . .Henry Clews & Co. 

Benion's Port. . .Van Buren Greef, H. T. & Bro Metropolitan National Bank. 

Blairstown Benton Allen & Amidon Nat. Park Bank. 

Boonsboro Boone Sherman, Charles A Howes & Macy ; Ocean Nat. Bank. 

Burlington Des Moines. . . Orchard Citv Savings B. National Trust Co. 

Carroll Carroll Gilley & Wilkinson Fifth National Bank Chicago. 

Cedar Falls Black Hawk . .Townsend & Knapp First & Park National Bank. 

Chariton Lucas Lyman, Cook & Co Metropolitan National Bank. 

" " Chariton Bank ..G. Copeland, 88 Pine Street. 

" '' Chariton Deposit Bank. . .American Exchange National Bank. 

Charles City. . . .Floyd Chapin, Fairfield & Co. .Ninth National Bank. 

Clarinda Page Moore & Melntyre Ninth National Bank. 

Clinton Clinton Spaulding & Bemis 

" " Stone & Smith Ninth National Bank. 

Council BluSs . . Pottawatomie . Dodge, N. P National Park Bank. 

" . . " . Everett, Horace G. Opdyke «& Co. 

" .. " .Nutt&Co Gilman, Son & Co. 

'' . • " . Gilman, D. T Gilman, Son & Co. 

Council Bluffs. . Pottawatomie.. Officer & Pusey Metropolitan National Bank. 

Cresco Howard Kimball & Famsworth . . Oilman, Son & Co. 

Davenport Scott Swits & Co., J. L Howes & Macy. 

Decorah Winnishiek . . . Weiser & Co., H. S National Park Bank. 

Des Moines Polk Allen, B. F Geo. Ondvke ito Co. 

" " Citizens' Bank First National Bank. 

Dewitt Clinton ( Wright, Pitkin C Fir.>^t National Bank. 

\ tSec card in Bankens' Almanac. 1870, page xxix. 

" " ... Price & Dinehart 

Dubuquo Dubuauo German Savings Bank. . . Mercantile National Bank. 

Eddy ville Wapello Fish, J. M Gilman. Son & Co. 

Eldora Hardin Hardin Co. Bank 

Fairfield Jefferson Wells, George A First National Bank. 

Fort Madison . . . Lee Bucon, J. H National Bank Commonwealth. 



lo wa — Kansas. 6 1 

Location. County. Name of Banker. New York Correspondents. 

Fort Dodge Webster Garmoe & Boynton IIowcs & Macy. 

" •' Reen, McBiine tV: Grant. . . Chemical National Bank. 

Hainburir Fremont W. W. Smith Importers & Traders' Nat. Bank. 

Glenwood Mills Anderson, W. li Ninth National Bank. 

Indianola Warren llallam & Son Nintli National Bank. 

" " McMiirrav & Co G. Opdyke tV: Co. 

Iowa Falls Hard'n Wismr, L. F Ocean Isiitional Bank. 

Keosautfiia Van Buren Manninir Edwin Gilman, Son cfe Co. 

Keokuk Lee Bower, Barclay & Co Central National Bank. 

" " Keokuk Savings Bank . .Howes & Macy ; G. Opdyke & Co. 

Knoxville Marion Marion County Bank Gilman, Son <fc Co. 

Mason City Cerro Gordo. .Lytic, W. II Gilman, Son & Co. 

Manchester Delaware Loomis & Le Koy Merchants' Exchange N. Bank, 

Marengo Iowa J. H. Branch Gilman, Son & Co. 

Clarion Linn T woi^ood, Elliott & Co . . G. Opdyke & Co. 

Marshaltown Marshall Ilagcr & Co. , F. D Gilman, Son & Co. 

Montana Boone W ellcs, A. K Jay Cooke & Co. 

Momicello loms Simiiigton, I. L Howes & Macy. 

Muscatine Muscatine Silvcruiun, Cook & Co. 

Nashua Chickasaw Rosenbuum & Co., M. . .First National Bank. 

Now Hampton. . " . ...Easton iS: Bi<>:elo\7 Chatham National Bank. 

Newton Jasper Luf kin & Wilson George Opdyke & Co. 

Northwood ... . Worth Easton, Pike & Co 

Onawa City Monona Ilolbrook <k Brother Third National Bank. 

Osceola Clark Sigler, H. C Howes & Macy. 

" " Burrows, A. II & Co Gilman, Son & Co. 

Oskaloosa Mahaska White, John First National Bank. 

Ottumwa Wapello Kicliards & Hall Jay Cooke & Co. 

Pella Marion Pclla Savings Institution. National Park Bank. 

Red Oak Junction Montgomery . .Packard, J. B. & Son. . .Gilman, Son & Co. 
Sioux City Woodbury . . . Weare & Allison National Park Bank. 

" *' ....Gilman, D. T Gilman. Son & Co. 

" " ... Stone, Thomas J Ninth National Bank. 

State Centre Marshall Dobbin J. W '. Howes & Macy. 

Sigourney Keokuk Bank of Sigoumey First National Bank. 

Tama City Tama Tama County Bank National Park Bank. 

Tipton Cedar Tuthill. William H Mechanics & Traders' N. Bank. 

Vinton Benton Traer & Co., J. C Howes & Macy. 

Wapello Louisa Davison, Mark Gilman, Son & Co. 

W^iishinL'ton Wr.sliinrtan. . .Fanners & Mer. Bank. . .Ninth N.itiomd B ink. 

Waterloo Black Hawk . .Leavitt & Lusch National Park Bank. 

'' " ..C. A Farwell.... National Park Bank. 

Waverly Bremer Johnson, Leavitt & Co. . .National Park Bank. 

Webster City. . .Hamilton Miller A: Sternberg Merchants' Ex. National Bank. 

West Liberty . . . Muscatine People's Bank 

West Union Fayette Fuller & Son Ninth National Bank. 

" " Fayette County Bank Ocean National Bank. 

Wilton Muscatine Reed, J. L Gilman, Son & Co. 

Kan§a§. 

Atchison Atchison Hetherington & Co., Wm.Broadway N. B. ; Imp. & Trad. N. B. 

" " . . j Atchison Savings Bank. . American Exchange National Banli. 

I See card, Hankers^ Almanac, 1870, oa^e xxix. 

Baxter Springs. .Cherokee Van Winkle & Slater Northrup & Chick. 

Burlingame Osage Schuyler & Sons First National Bank. 

Empona Lyon Ritrus, Dunlap & Co Howes & Mac v. 

'" Emporia Bank National Park Bank ; Nat. Tmst Co. 

Fort Scott Bourbon McDonald, D. P Fourth Nat. B. ; Northrup & Chick. 

" " Van Fossen & Britton... Northrup & Chick. 

Humboldt Allen Pratt & Ten E vck Gilman. Son & Co. 

lola Allen L. L. Northrup Northrup & Chick. 

Junction City. . .Davis Miller, R. S First National Bank. 

" ... " J Streeter & Co., James. . . Fourth National Bank. 

( Se^ their card in Banker^ Ahimnac, I'&lO^page xxix. 

Lawrence Donglas Simpson's Bank Howes & Macy. 

" " McMiUan, J. W Northrup & Chich. 

Leavenworth . . . Leavenwoitli . Clark & Co N, Bk. of Com. and Northrup & Chick. 

" ... " (Hines&Eaves National Trust Co. 

j Sev their Advertisement, parte xxxviii. 

" ... " Scott & Co Fourtfi National Bank. 

" ... " Leavenworth Sav. Bank . 

" ... " Newman <fe Havens Northrup & Chick. 

Manhattan Riley Higinbotham. W. P First National Bank. 



02 Private Banhern in the United States. 

Location. County. Name of Bnnl-er. Xew York Corretipondenti. 

Olathe Johnson Waldron & Co., C. E Northnip & Chick. 

" •" Hayes, J. E Gihnan, Son & Co. 

Oswepjo Labette W.M.Johnson, Howes & Macy. 

Ottawa Franklin Elder & Co., P. P Northnip & Chick. 

" " Shepherd & McQuesten. . Ninth N at. Bank. 

paola Miami Paola Bank Northnip & Chiek. 

" " Jarboe, V. C Northnip ife Chick. 

Sheridan Otero & Sellar Fourth National Bank. 

Topeka Shawnee Giles & Co., F. W Howes & Macy. 

" " Topeka Bank Fourth National Bank. 

Wyandot' "Wyandott Judd, B American Exchange National Bank. 

" " Connelly, Peter Northnip & Chick 

" " Kansas fetate Sav. Bank . . Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

Kentucky. 

Aufrusta Bracken Allen, llarbeson & Co 

Bardstown Nelson George, Wm. W., &Co. ..Hamcy & Searles ; Howes & Maoy. 

Bowling Green. . Warren Potter, Vivion & Co 

Cadiz Triffg Bacon <te Co., W. J J. B. Alexander & Co., and 4th N. B. 

Carlisle Nicholas Deposit Bank Ninth National Bank. 

Danville Boyle Mitchell & Barbee Bank of Am., cV: J. B. Alexander & Co. 

" '' Rice, Gabriel Ninth National Bank. 

Flemingsburgh . Fleming Willson & Co. , David ... 

Franklin Simpson Collier, Taylor & Co 

Glasgow Barren Gorin, Trigg & Co Bank ot America. 

Harrodsburg . . . Mercer Hutchinson & Co. , E . . . Bank of America. 

Hickman Fulton Hubbard, J. S. & Co J. B. Alexander & Co. 

Hopkinsville Christian Trice & Brother Norton, Slaughter & Co. 

Lexington Favette Grinstead & Bradley Nat. Park Bk. and Harney & Searles. 

" '" Say re & Co., D. A William Hoge & Co. 

" " Hocker & Co., J. M J. B. Tilford & Co. 

Lawrenceburg . .Anderson J. <fe J. A. Witherspoon. .J. B. Alexander & Co. 

Louisville Jefferson j German Insurance Co. . .Nat. Park Bank. 

I See their card in Bankers' Almanac, lS70,pa(re xxxi. 

" " Louisville Ins. & Bksr Co First Nat. Bank, & Howes & Macv. 

" " Morton, Gait (fe Co . 7. . . . Manh. Bank, ct J. B. Alexander &* Co. 

" " Norton <te Co., Geo. W. . . Norton, Slaughter & Co. 

" " J. Smidt, Schwartz & Co . Bk. of Amenca and Continental N. B . 

•" " Warren & Co., C. N Clark, Doclae & Co. 

*' " ... \ Western Ins. & Bk. Co. .Central Nat7 B. and Gilman, Son & Co. 

j See their card in Bankers' Almanac, 1870, page xxxi. 

" " National Savings Bank . . Jay Cooke & Co. 

Maysville Mason Pearce,Wallingford& Co Howes & Macy, & Bank of America, 

Mt.* Sterlin,!^ Montgomery . .Excliange Bank of Ky . . .Ninth National Bank. 

Nicholasviile . . .Jessamine . . .-.Noland & Brown ...'... .J. B. Tiltord & Co. 

Newport Campbell Taylor & Sons, James. . .Manhattan Bank. 

Owinorsville Bath Go'odpaster, L Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

'' .... " Lee, J. A. J Howes & Macy. 

Paducah McCracken . . .Norton, Wisdom & Co. . .Norton, Slaughter & Co. 

Paris Bourbon Citizens' Bank Bank of America. 

Poplar Plains . . . Fleming Exchange Bank 

Russellville Logan Long & Co., N Norton, Slaughter & Co. 

Richmond Madison Walker & Co Central National Bank. 

Sharpsburg Bath Sanford, Allen & Co Ninth N. Bank, <fc Howes & Macy. 

ShelbvviUe Shelby Edwards & Co., J. A 

Versailles Woodford Amsden cV: Co., J J. B. Tilford <fe Co. 

Winchester Clark Winn, Simpson & Co American Exch. N. B. ; Ninth N. B. 

Li<»iiisiaiia. 

Baton Rouge Baton Rouge. .Lirirnier. Henry Bank of N. Y., N. B. Asso. 

" . . Hart dc Herbert' Bank of New York N. B. Ass. 



New Orleans 



Orleans Parish. Adler, S. J W. B. Scott & Co. 

" Berge, L. F Trevor <fe Colgate. 

" Buddccke & Co., C. T. . . National Park Bank. 

[ " Charmbury, R. Y Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

" Elliot, A. F Duncan Sherman & Co. 

" Levy <fe Solomon, J. L. . 

" Loiusiana Suvin'jrs Bank.. 

N. Fr. Sav. \- Tr. Co. . . . Jav Cooke <fe Co. 

f )l)or, Atwater & Co Northnip & Chick. 

I'ike, Brotlier & Co B. of N. Y. ; M. Monran's Sons. 

"■ Seligman, Hellman & Co J. & W. Selignian «fe Co. 



Maine — Maryland — Massachusetts. 63 

Location. Xavte of Banker. Xew York Correspondents. 

New Orleans Orleans Parish.Smith & Co., Samuel Union National Bank. 

'^ .... " Tonipkies, L. L Bank of New York, N. B. A. 

" *' ( Towns end & Lyman Howes & Macy. 

I ISee their card in Banhers' Almanac page xxxi. 

'• " Van Nordeii & Co Chatham National Bank. 

'' " Wheless i<: Pratt Howes <fe Macy. 

" " Low & Ludwiffsen National Bank of Republic. 

Shre veport Caddo Johnson. B. AI Bank of New York N . B. A. & Park B. 

'• *' George A, Pike Bank of New York N. B. A. 

maiiic. 

Augusta Kennebec . , . Potter, B. E. & Co Vermilye & Co. 

Baiiffor Penobscot Blake, Prentiss M National Ex. Bank, Boston 

PorUand Cumberland . . Henrv M. Payson 

" " ..Swan c1' Barrett 

" " .. William H. Wood & Son 

'' . . Henry P. Wood Foote & French, Boston, 

Maryland. 

liivltimnro . Bait, tfe Calvert Sts.Brown & Sons, Alex Brown Brothers & Co. 

80 South St. Brown, Lancaster & Co. . Lancaster, Brown «fe Co. 

See tJtsir card., /'«<7^ xxxii. 
'' 192 W. Baltimore St.Buckman Brothers <fe Co . Trevor & Colgate,Head,Bradford & Co. 

See card., pc<J^ xxxii. 

" 32 South St Fisher & Sons^ William. .Jay Cooke & Co. and Hallgarten & Co, 

" 29 South St Gittings & Co., John S. .Cammann & Co. 

" 40 Second St Hambleton & Bro., J, A.Howes & Macv. 

" Bait, i'e Calvert Sts. Hooper, Eeese & Co First N. B.,N.t;ur.B.,Jav Cooke & Co. 

" 198 W. Baltimore St. Johnston Brothers & Co, Chemical N. Bank, & J. Cooke & Co. 

" 190 W. Baltimore St.Kummer tV: Becker E. D. Kandolph & Co. 

" 186 W. Baltimore St.MoKim & Co .Duncan,Sher.cfe Co.,M'Kim, Bro.& Co. 

See card., page xxxii. 
" 284 W. Baltimore St.Nicholson & Sons, J. J. .Am. Ex. N. B. & Gilman, Son & Co. 

" 120 W. Baltimore St.Nicholson <fe Co Nat. Park Bank and Jay Cooke & Co. 

" Patterson & Marriott Glendinuiiig, Davis & Amorv. 

'• 144 Btdtimore St. . . .Wilson, Colston & Co. . . Howes & Macy ; Dibble & Camblos. 
" Baltimore tV: St Paul .. Richard W. Cox tt Co .Jay Cooke & Co. ; Trevor & Colgate. 
^ " " W^ilson & Bro., T. A. . . .Hallgarten & Co. 
Hugerstown Washington. . . Appleman & Co Smith, Randolph & Co. 

]9Ia$i««ar]in§eUs. 

BoHton . 14 Merchants' Exch'geAttwood & Co., Gilbert. .Ward, Campbell & Co. 

00 State St Ballou & Mifflin 

4:^ State St Bank of the Metropolis . .Central N. B. and Howes <fe Macy. 

•-'8 State St Blake Brothers & Co 

',<'"' State St Bolles& Co., Matthew . .White, Morris & Co., Hatch & Foote. 

'' 7'> >tate St .Bowles, Brothers & Co. .Bowles, Brothers & Co. 

40 State St Brewster, Sweet & Co. . .Edw. Sweet & Co. 

•' 4 State St Brown Brothers & Co Brown Brothers & Co. 

88 State St Bangs E. D. & G. W. . . .Kennedy, Hutchinson & Co. 

102 State St Dupee, Beck & Savles . . ... 

" 28 SUUc St Dwiijht & Co., Cha'rles . .Chirles Dwiglit & Co. 

'* 20 Congress St < Fogg Brothers & Bates. .Smith, Randolph & Co. 

I See their card in Bankers' Almanac. 1870, page xxxv. 

" 7 Congress St Foote & French » Jay Cooke & Co. 

" 2 State St Fuller & Co., C. E Utlev & Dougherty. 

" IS State St Gilbert, B.W Trevor & Colgate. 

2 Old State House. . . Gillev, John E. M Gilley & Germond. 

27State St Hair<fe Brewster 

•' 23 City Exchange Head & Perkins Greenleaf, Norris & Co. 

<j Conirress St II awley & Co. , F. A Marquand, Hill & Co. 

" 37 State St Hammett, James Jav Cooke & Co. 

" 92 State St Howe & Co., Jas. Murray.Clark, Dodge & Co. 

" 3 Traveller Building. Hubbard Brothers & Co.Ketchum, Phipps & Belknap. 

" 24 City Exchange Keith, W. W Ketchum, Phipps & Belknap . 

" 40 State St Kidder, Peabodv & Co. . Winslow, Lanier & Co.,B. of America 

" 8 State St Pycott & Bennett Fisk & Hatch. 

' ' 40 State St Lee, Higginson & Co ... . Ward, Campbell <fe Co. 

" ♦><-. State St Lee, T. J. , & Hill Central National Bank. 

70 State St Page, Richardson & Co. . 

1 Phoenix Building. .Parker <S: Cobb Cammann & Co. 

" 36 Congress St Peters & Parkinson Ward, Campbell & Co. 



64 Private Bankers in the United States. 

Location. County. Name of Banker. 2^ew York Correttpondenta. 

Boston . 7 Union Building Pratt, E. M Hallgarten & Co. 

" 60 State St Putnam, C. A Lawrence Brothers & Co. 

" Eichardson, S. "W Newton, Eussell ct Co. 

*' 13 Congress St Spencer, Vila & Co Drexel, Wintlirop & Co. 

" 28 State St Stone & Downer Trevor cV: Colgate. 

" 39 State Si Stevens, Amory&Co. . Glendinning, Davis tfe Ainory. 

" 7G State St j Tower,(iiddings&Torrey. Vermilve & Co., & Jay Cook'e & Co. 

( See their card in Bankers' Almanac^ 1870, jpa^e xxxv. 

" 20 State St Walley, H. B Lockwood & Co. 

" 132 State St Warren & Co., Geo. W. . 

" 41 KUby St j Jarvis Williums & Sons..E. D. Eandolpii & Co. 

I See their card in Bankers' Almanac, 1870, page xxxv. 

" 1 Merchants' Ex Walker <k Meriiam Jay Cooke & ( "o. 

" 7 State St Worster & Babson Ketchum, Phipps & Belknap. 

Fall Eiver Bristol Easton & Milne Jay Cooke & Co. 

New Bedford " Burt, Samuel P Jay Cooke & Co 

y.alem Essex Pierce, Nathan 

Spencer Worcester Jones & Co., E Ninth National Bank. 

Westfield Hampden Fletcher & Norton Fisk & Hatch ; Hatch & Foote. 

Worcester Worcester Sutton & Wheeler Howes & Macy. 

" " Eice tS: Whiting Jay Cooke & Co. 

Miclii|;aii. 

Adrian Lenawee Stone & Co., W. H People's Bank. 

" " Waldby & Co., W. H. . . . Central National Bank. 

Albion " Sheldon, James W National Bank of Commonwealth. 

Allegan Allegan Butler <te Peck American Exchange National Bank. 

Ann Arbor Washtenaw. . .Mclntyre, Donald Metropolitan National Bank. 

" " . . .Miller & Webster Leather Manufacturers' National Bk 

" " . . . Anne Arbor Savings Bk.. Jay Cooke & Co. 

Battle Creek Calhoun Hamblin & Co., Alex. C. Ninth Nat. Bank and Fourth Nat. B 

Bay City Bay Exchange Bank Fourth National Bank. 

Big Eapids Mecosta Bronson, Stickney & Co. National Park Bank. 

Buchanan Berrien Eoss & Fulton National Park Bank. 

Calumet Houghton Streeter ct Bro., W. H. . .Ocean National Bank. 

Cassopolia Cass Kingsbury, Asa First National Bank. 

Charlotte Eaton Musgrave & Lacey Jay Cooke & Co. 

Chelsea Washtenaw. . .Noyes & Glazier Howes & Macy. 

Cold Water Branch Eose, Bowen & Eose Howes & Macy. 

Corunna Shiawasse Wheeler, James B tt Co. Howes ct Macy. 

Decatur Van Buren . . . Eogers, J Ninth National Bank, 

Detroit Wayne Butler & Co., William A. Mechanics' National Bank. 

'' " Detroit Sav. Fund Ass. .Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

" " Detroit Savings Inst American Exchange National Bank. 

" " Fisher, Booth'& Co National Park Bank. 

" *' Granger & Sabin A. S. Peabody <fe Co. 

" " Hosie, Eobert Howes & Macy. [nap., 4th N. B. 

" " Ives & Sou, A Howes & Macy, Ketchum, P. & Belk 

" " Johnson & Wheeler . . . .Fourth National Bank. 

" " Kanady & Taylor First National Bank. 

" " Kanter & Co., E Chemical Nat. B. ; Bank N.Y. N.B. A. 

" " Preston <fe Co. , David . . . Importers ct Traders' Nat. Bank. 

" " Scott, Vincent J Duncan, Sherman &Co.andThirdN.E. 

'' " Seitz & Co., Frederick L.Duncan, Sherman *fe Co. 

" " Wilkins, Alvan 

I>exter Washtenaw Gregory & Co., C. S Ninth National Bank. 

Eagle Eiver Keweenaw Senter,'John Duncan, Slicrmaii & Co. 

Eagle Harbor. ... " Urcn, Bowden & Co . . . .Duncan, Sherman cV: Co. 

East Saginaw . . .Saginaw Fay, B. M. & Co Tradesmen's National Bank. 

" . " Eobinson & Co., C. K. . .Ninth National Bank. 

" ... " Sheldon & Co., T. P.... Howes <fe Mac V. 

Eaton Eapids . . . Eaton Vaughan, M Ninth National Bank. 

Escanaba Delta H. B. Smith & Co National Currency Bank, 

Fcnton Genesee Trump & Wilmot First National Bank. 

" " Latourette. D. L 

l''l'"t *♦ Paterson, William First Nat. Bank and Howes & Macy. 

'* " Jndd cV: MeCreeiy Ninth National Bank. 

Grand Haven . . . Ottawa Ferry & Son Oilman, Son & Co. 

Greenville Montcalm Church & Co., C. J Ninth National Bank. 

Grand Eapids. . .Kent McKee, James H Duncan, Sherman <fe Co. 

" .... " Fuller, E. P. ^V: S. L .... GilniMn, Son iV: Co. 

" " G. Eapids Savings Bank .Jay Coo.io tt Co , and Howes & Macj. 



Michigan — Minnesota. 05 

Kofafion. County. Name of Bavl-er. New York Correspond entt. 

Hastings Barry Bowne tt Gnllowav Ninth National Rank. 

Holly Oakland Bank of Holly. . . .* Ninth National Bank. 

Honier Calhoun French, George H 

Houifhton Hon<;hton Strceter, W. H. «fe Bro Ocean. National Bank. 

Howell Livingston . . .McPherson <fe Co., A Fourth National Bank. 

Hudson Lenawee Boies, Rude & Co National Park Bank. 

" " Osborn, Perkins & Co. . .Ninth National Bank. 

Ionia Ionia Burhans, W. P National Bunk of Commonwealth. 

" " Page tt Wilson National Bank of Commonwealth. 

Jackson Jackson Loomis, P. B American Exchange National Bank. 

Jonesville Hillsdale Grosvenor & Co People's Bank. 

Kalamazoo Kalamazoo Sheldon & Co., T. P Central Nat. B. and Howes & Macy. 

Lansing Ingham D. L. Case & Co 

'' '^ Hewett & Co National Bank of North America. 

Lapeer Lapeer White & Brot J. .her, E. People's Bank. 

Lapeer Lapeer Hart, Huntington <te Co . . Henry Clews & Co. 

Leslie Ingham Walker, Allen & Co Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

Alanchestcr W shtcnaw ... J. M. Peabody National Bank of Commonwealth. 

Marouette Marquette Everett & >fon, P. M Ocean National Bank. 

Marsoall Calhoun Frink &, Co., J. C National Bank of Commonwealth. 

Mason Ingham Henderson & Co., H. L. . Importers & Traders' National Bank. 

Mason Ingham Lowe, Near & Co Nation al Park Bank. 

Monroe Monroe Dansard &, Son, B Fourth National Bank. 

" *' Lafountain & Loran^er . . Ninth National Bank. 

Morenci Lenawee Wakefield, C. C. A Co . . National Park Bank. 

Muir Ionia S. W. Webber & Co. . . .Ninth National Bank. 

Muskegon Muskegon Rand, T. J Central National Bank. 

„ " Gustin & Co. A Jay Cooke & Co. 

Negaunee Mar(juette Matthews, James Ninth National Bank. 

Niles Bemen Paine, Rodney C Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

" " Fulton cfe Ross Fourth National Bank. 

Otsego Allegan Edsell «& Peck National Park Bank. 

Ovid Clinton Darragh & Co., J. C Jay Cooke & Co. 

Owosso Shiawassee . . . Hitchcock & Gregory . . .First National Bank. 

" " ... Stewart, M. L American Ex. National Bank. 

Parma Jackson Gillett, Orren Howes & Macy. 

Plainwell Ailegan Winegur & Soule First National Bank. 

Pontiac Oakland Stout & McKinley Bros. .Jay Cooke «fe Co. 

Port Huron St. Clair j John Johnston <fe Co Henry Clews & Co. 

( See their card., Bankers'' Almanac,1870., page xxxiii. 

" " j Miller ife Son, J Duncan, Sherman ^ Co. 

( See their card., Bankers' Almanac, 1870, page xxxiii. 

Portland Ionia Conklin, I. W Importers & Traders' National Bank. 

Saginaw Saginaw Miller, Braley & Co Ninth National Bank. 

" " Burrows, Geo. L. & Co. . Atlantic National Bank. 

Saranac Ionia Lee & Goodell Howes it Macv. 

Schoolcraft Kalamazoo Cobb & Co., M. R Importers & 'traders' National Bank 

" " ....Griffiths, T Central National Bank. 

South Haven VanBuren Boardman, S. R. & Co . .Northrup & Chick. 

St. Clair St. Clair Whiting & Son, H Fourth National Bank. 

" " Walker & Co Ocean National Bank. 

St. Joseph Berrien Hoyt, B. C Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

Three Rivers . . .St. Joseph Griffiths, William Nmth Jsational Bank. 

White Pigeon ... " A. Clapp & Son Ninth National Bank. 

Ypsilanti Washtenaw. . . Comwell, Hemphill & Co Metropohtan National Bank. 

]fIiniic§ota. 

Austin Austin Smith. Wilkins & Easton. Ninth National Bank. 

Blue Earth City Faribault Baldwin & Child 

'" . " Chadboume, Bros. & Co. .Ninth National Bank. 

Chatfield Fillmore Easton, J. C Ninth National Bank. 

Duluth St. Louis George B. Sargent Jay Cooke <t Co. 

Faribault Rice Dike & Co., William H. . Bull's Head Bank. 

" " Wilson & Co., H Ocean National Bank. 

Kasson Dodge Babcock, J. A First National Bank. 

Lake City Waba&haw . . .Williamson & Co., H. F.Broadwav National Bank. 

*' " ....Hackett&Co First National Bank. 

Lanesboro Lanesboro Easton. J. C, and Co.. . . Ninth National Bank. 

Le Sueur Le Sueir Snow, George D Importers tt Traders' National Bank. 

Mankato Blue Earth . . .Lewis <fc Shaubut Ninth National Bank. 

MinneapoUs Hennepin Bank of Minneapolis National Broadway Bank. 

" " State SavingsAssociationHowes & Macy ; Imp. & Tri J. N. B. 

5 



63 Private Bankers in th". United States. 

Location. County. Kame of Banker. Neio York Correspond entt. 

New Uliu Brown Eudolph, J. .' Fourth National Bank. 

Northflcld Rice Goodsell Bros Ninth National Bank. 

Owatonna Steele Easton & Kinvon Ninth National Bank. 

a " S. Mills, Jr., <& Co Howes & Macy. 

Plainview Wabasha Eddy, E. B. Ninth National Bank. 

Preston Fillmore Butler, A. H Ninth National Bank. 

Red Wing Goodhue Pierce, Simmons & Co, . Howes tfe Macy. 

Rochester Olmstead Chadboume & Bros Howes & Macy & Ninth Nat. Bank. 

" '' Union Savings Bank White, Morris <fe Co. 

Rushford Fillmore Carpenter & Easton Ninth National Bank. 

St. Cloud Stearns McClure. T. C L. S. Lawrence & Co. 

" " Bank of St. Cloud Verrailye & Co. [Howes &, Macy. 

St. Paul Ramsey Dawson & Co Third N. B., and MetropoUtan N. B^ ; 

" " Paine, Parker Duncan, Sherman tt Co. 

" " WilliusBros.tfe Dunbar. ..Chemical National Bank. 

" ♦' Davidson & Co., W. F., Oilman, Son & Co. 

St. Peter Nicollet Edgerton & Donahower .William B. Scott & Co. 

Wabasha Wabasha We ob & Co American Exchange Nat. Bank. 

Waseca Waseca Baldwin & Kittridge First National Bank. 

Winona Winona Winona Deposit Bank. . .Nat. Trust Co. & Henry Clews 6z d. 

" Simpson, V National Park Bant . 

Mis§is§ippi. 

Aberdeen Monroe Adams, Spratt & Co National Park Bank. 

Brandon Rankin Rankin Co. Sav'gs Ass^n.Bank of New York, 

Canton Madison Winter, Richard . . National Park Bank. 

Columbus Lowndes . . . j Columbus Ins. <^B'no; Co.Merchants' Natiomd Bank. 

I See their card., Bankers' Almanac^ 1870, ^w^/e xxx. 

" " .. ..Williams, Jonnston & Co.National Park Baiik. 

Enterprize Clark Clark Co. Sav. Asso'n. . . Howes & Macy. 

Holly Springs. ..Marshall Holly Springs Savings B. 

Jackson Hinds . .. ..Green, J. & T 

" " Barrows <& Smythe 

Meridian Lauderdale. . .^eridian Savings Asso . .Walsh, Patrick & Co. 

Natchez Adams Britton & Koontz Bank of America. 

Okolona Chickasaw Okolona Savings Instit'n. National Park Bank. 

Vicksburg Warren ** Adams & Co., Wirt Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

" " j Vicksburg Bank National Park Bank. 

. \ See tJieir card in Banhers' Almanac., X^lo^page xxxiii. 

" '* i Mississippi Valley Bank. .Manhattan Bank. 

] See card., Bankers' Almanac, 1870, page xxxiii. 
" " Freedmen'sSav. (feTr.Co. Jay Cooke & Co. 



■•] 



ltIi§§oiiri, 

St. Louis St. Louis Accommodation Bank. . .Metropolitan National Bank. 

Allen, Copp & Nisbet . . .Bank of New York. 
See their card in Bankers'' Almanac, 1870, page xxxix. 

American Bank Chatham National Bank. 

Bremen Savings Bank. . .National Bank N. America. 

Bank of Commerce Nat. Park B, ; J. & J. Stuart & Co, 

. . j Bartholow, Lewis & Co. . Northrup & Chick ; J. B. Alexander iSz 

( iSee their card in Bankers' Almanac, \870, page xli. [C' 

. . . .Biddle Market Sav. B'k.E. Kelley & Co. 

Boatmen's Savings Inst. .Bank of America. 

. . j Broadway Savings Bank. Chatham National Bank. 

( See card, page xxx v i i . 
Butchers & Drovers' B. . Metropolitan National Bank. 

i Central Savings Bank . . . Eugene Kelly & Co. 

1 See card in Bankers' Almanac, 187n, ^)a^^ xli. 

. .Citizen's Savings Bank. .Eugene Kelly &"Co. 

. .Commercial Bank Fourth National B. ; N. B. N. Am. 

. .Donaldson & Fraley Northrup & Chick. 

. .Fourth Street Bank Fourth National Bank. 

j Franklin Av. German Sav. American Exchange National Bank. 

I <S^ card, paqe xxxvii. 

* Franklin Sav. Institution. American Exchange National Bank. 

( See ca rd, pages.]. 

( Gay lord & Co.*, Saml. A. .Stone, Nichols «fc Co. 

] See card., page xl. 

j German Savings Inst'n . . 

I See card, page xl. 



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Missouri 07' 

Location. County. Xante of Bunker. Xew York Correspond dittn. 

St. LouLs St. Louis ( German Bank Merchants' National Bank. 

( JSee card, vafje xxxvi. 

" " Ilaakell&Co Northrup & Chick. 

" '• Homo Siivinffs Bank Third National Bank. 

. ..**hiternational Bunk Lam/e, Bocll & Arming. 

Loker & Bro., George II. .1*. Ilaydon. 

" l.unui Hank Nat. liank State ^^i N. Y. 

'' Mctropolitin Uank Mercantile Nat. Bank. 

'' Missouri Loan Bunk First National Bank. 

'' ... I National Loan Bank Jay Cooke & Co., N. B. Kcpub'.ic-. 

I Sfe card^ jmrje xxxvii. 

"■ -' Frcodmen's S. & T. Co.Jay Cooke & Co. 

'k '■*■ North St. Louis Sav. Ass.Chatham National Bank. 

«' " People's Savings Instit'n.Chatham National Bank. 

" Provident Savings Inst. . Mercantile National Bank.^ 

" Real Estate Sav. Inst Metropolitan National Bank. 

" .**( State Savings Association. American Exchange National Bank, 

'( iSV«^ card, page xxxvi. 

" Taussig, Genipp & Co ... Taussig, Fisher & Co. 

. •• Tenth Ward Sav. Ass Eugene Kelly & Co. 

•• ...**Trader8' Bank B. of N. Y. ; Nat. Bank Associaticij 

'• " . . .**Union Savings Associat'n. J. & J. Stuart & Co. ; Howes & Macy . 

'• ^ " . . . \ United States Sav. Inst. . . Metropohtan National Bank. 

I See card, paffe xxx\'n. 

Arrow Rock Saline Potter, Jay M 

Boonville Cooper Stephens, Joseph L American Exchange National Bank 

'' " Trigg & Co., W. H Fourth National Bunk. 

" *' Aehie, Dunnica & Co. . .Nortlirup & Chick, 

Brookfield Linn Price <&• Co.,T. 1) Geo. Opdyke & Co. 

IJrniswick Chariton Plunkett, W. H Bank of America. 

!li;t!or Bates Dunbaugh & Co., C. B . .Nmth National Bank. 

< alifornia Moniteau Bank of California Am. Ex. National Bank. 

Canton Lewis . ., Canton Savings Bank National Bank of Commerce. 

'• " Lewis County Savg's Bk.Nat. Bank of Commerce. 

Cameron Clinton Cameron Dep. Bank . . . Irving National Bank. 

Cape Girardeau . Cape GiradeauRobcrt Sturdivant Ninth National Bank. 

Carthage Jasper Mvers,P George Opdyke & Co. 

Carrollton Carroll ^V^ilcox8on & Co Fourth National Bank. 

Chillicothe Livingston . . . ChiUicothe Savmgs Inst. .Fourth National Bank. 

'' '^ ... People's Savings Bank . . Fourth National Bank. 

Clinton Henry Leonard, Robinson & Co. National Park Bank. 

" .... " .... Salmon ct Stone Northrup & Chick. 

Columbia C. H. .Boone Boone Co. Savings Bank . National Park Bank. 

Favette Howard Hendrix & Co., A American Exchange National Bank. 

Fulton C. H. ... Callaway Snell, W. T Ninth Nat. Bank. 

Glasgow Howard Birch, Earickson & Co. . .Am. Ex. N. B., & Northrup & Chick. 

'* " Thomson & Dunnica Northnip & Chick. 

Hamilton Caldwell Cochrane, A. C P. Hayden. 

Hannibal Manon j Easton & Co., J. G Bank of America; Im. & Tr. N. B. 

j See their card in Bankers' Alnmnac, lH7o^ page xxxviii. 

Herman Gasconade Herman Savings Bank Merchants' National Bank. 

Harri&onville Cass Allen, William H Northrup & Chick, 

Holden Johnson Smith & Cheney Vermilye & Co. 

Huntsville Randolph Wisdom, C. & Co Bank of Am., tt Northrup & Chick. 

Independence. . .Jackson Stone, Sawyer & Co Northrup & Chick. j 

JeH'eraon City . . .Cole Capital City Bank Northnip & Chick. 

" . . . •* Jefferson City Sav. As. . .Bank of New York. 

Kansas City Jackson Mastin & Co., John J. . .Northrup & Chick. 

'• .... " Commercial Bank Jay Cooke & Co. 

" .... " Watkins & Co. J. Q Northrup & Chick. 



, Kansas City Sav. Ass'n . .Fourth Nat. Bk. : Northrup & Chick, 
Union German Sav. Bk. .Northrup & Chick. 



" " i German Sav. Ass Northrup & Chick. 

] See card, page xxx\\\\. 

Kirksville Adair Baird, Melone & Co Northrup & Chick. 

Knob Noster Johnson Knob Noster Sav. Bank . Northrup & Chick. 

Lagrange Lewis Lagrange Sav. Bank 

Lamar Barton Brown & Wills National Shoe and Leather Bank. 

Lebanon Laclede Vinton & Co., P Howes & Macy. 

Lee's Simamit Colbum & Hargis Northrup it Chick. 

Lexington Lafayette Limrick, Willimn , . Bank of New York. 

" " Aull, Robert American Exchange National Bank. 



OS Private Bankers in the United States. 

Location. County. Name of Banker. New York CwTeapond^nU 

Lexington Lexington . . . Morrison & Co., Wm . . . Ninth National Bank. 

Liberty .day Liberty Savings Asso 

'' " Commercial Savings B'k.Northrup & Chick. 

Louisiana Pike National Savings Bank.. .Niath National Bank. 

" " City Savings Bank Importers & Traders' Nat. Bank. 

'* " Louisinna Savings Bank. 

Macon Macon B. N. Tracv & Son J. B. Alexander & Co. 

" " Melone & Epperson Ninth National Bank. 

Marshall Saline Dunnica,Cordell&Eakin.. Xorthrup tt Chick. 

.v.ary ville Nodaway Baker vte Co., beo. S Fourtb National Bank. 

M iami Saline Eakin, L ordell & Co Northrup & I hick. 

Moberly Randolph Moberly Bank O. (Jpdyke & Co. 

Mis^sou'ri City . . .Clay Missouri City :?av. Bank. Northrup & ( hick. 

Nevada City Vernon Thornton, salmon 6c Co .Isoj thrup & Chick. 

Palmyra Marion Marion County Sav'gs BkFourth National Bank. 

Paris Monroe Monroe Savings Ass National Park Bank. 

Platte City Platte Eanners' Sav. Ass'n Fourth National Bank. 

Plattsburg Clinton Clinton Co. Sav. Ass'n. .Am. Ex. Nat. B., <fc Howes & Macy. 

" " .Plattsburg Sav. Ass'n... Howes & Macy ; First National B. 

Pleasant Hill Cass Leonard,I)unbaugh&Co.Nat. Broadway Bank ; Ninth N. B. 

'' " Cass Co. Savings Bank. . Vermilye & Co. 

Kichmond Kay Hughes is, Wasson 

" " Ray Co. Savmgs Bank . . .Northrup & Chick. 

Savannah Andrew Savannah Savings Inst.. .Third National Bank. 

Sedalia Pettis Banking & Savings Asso . National Park Bank. 

Springlield Greene Vaughan & Co 

" " Bank of Springfield Nat. Metropolitan Bank. 

St. Charles St. Charles ... St. Charles Savings Bank. 

St. Genevieve . .St. Genevieve. St. Genevieve Sav. Ass'n. 

8t. Joseph Buchanan Beattie & Co. , A Amer. Ex. N. B. and Hov/es & Macy. 

" " Buchanan Life & Gen'l Ins. Co. .Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

" " German Sav. Bank Northrup & Chick. 

•' '' ... Wyeth &Co., W. M Duncan, Shennan & Co. 

" " Colhoun & Co., John Northrup & Chick. 

" " Western Bank of Mo Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

Warrensburg . . .Johnson Eidings & Co., A. W Northrup & Chick. 

" " Cruce, Colburn & Co Northrup & Chick. 

Washington C.H.Franklin Washington Sav. Inst'n. . 

Waverly Lafayette Shindler & Co., A. H. . .Bank of America. 

Weston Platte j Platte Savings Inst American Ex. National Bank 

( See card, page xxxix. 

" " J Railey & Brother National Park Bank. 

( See card, page xxxix. 

Hoiitana. 

Fort Benton Chouteau Baker, Isaac G Northrup & Chick. 

HeJsna Edgerton Atchison & Co. , J. S Howes & Macy. 

" " Hershfield& Co., L. H.. Northrup & Chick. 

" " Hussey. Dahler & Co George Opdvke & Co. 

*' " Tutt. Murphy &Neel.... Northrup &' Chick. 

Virginia City . . .Madison Hershfield & Co., L. H. .Northrup & Chick. 

" " ... " Hussey, Dahler & Co. . . . George Opdyke & CoT 

" ... " Brown, James H. & Co. .Luther Kountze. 

Nebra§ka. 

Beatrice Gage McDowell & Weston 

Blair City Washington. . . Ca>tetter & Co., A Luther Kountze. 

Browuvilie Nemaha Carson & Co., J. L National Currency Bank. 

Fremont Dodge Rogers <te Co., E. H Luther Kountze. 

Lincoln *' Sweet & Brock, James. . First National Bank. 

NVoraska City . .Otoe McCann & Co., D. J Bank of North Americ.'v. 

" . . " Ware, J. A Impts. & Traders' Nat. Bank. 

" .. " Sweet & Co., James Howes & Macy. 

Omahrt City Douglas \ Caldwell, Hamilton & Co.Gilman, Son & Co. 

( See their card, page xlv. 

•' .... " Ware & Co., J. A Impts. & Traders' Nat. Bank. 

Plattamouth Cass. Tootle, Hanna & Clark . .Ninth National Bank. 

Nevada. 

Aurora Esmeralda Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Austin Lander Paxton & Co., John A. ..Duncan, Shennan & Co. 

" Wells, Fargo & Co Welk, Fai^o & Co. 



Nevada — Xew Hampshire — Xcio Jvrscij — Xtw York (In!cri(jr). 69 

Locution. County. Xitmf of Bunker. New York Correnpondentt. 

Belmont Lander Paxton & Co 

Carson City Onnsby "Wells, Furgo & Co Wells, Farj^o & Co. 

Gold Hill Story Paul & Co., Almarin IJ. . 

" *' Flood & Co., C. W Eugene Kelly & Co. 

" '' Wells, Fargo & Co We Is, Fargo & Co. 

'• " Ai^'cmy Rk. of (;al Lees <te Waller. 

Hamilton " Agoncv Bk. of Cal Lees «fe Waller. 

" " Wells,* Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Silver City *' Wells, Farj^o & Co Wells, Fartro & CO. 

Treasure City ... " Agcncv Bank of Cal Lees ^ Waller. 

" ... " Wells,'Fariro & Co We'Ls, Farjxo & Co. 

Virginia City . . . " Agencv Bank of Cal Lees & Waller. 

*' ... '' Wells,* Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

IVew Hanipsliirc. 

Concord Merrimack.... Minot & Co A. E. & C. E. Tilton. 

Nashua Hillsboro A. McKean & Co Traders' National Bank, Boston. 

Rochester Straflford McDuffee & Co., John. .Brewster, Sweet & Co., Boston. 

"Sew Jersey. 

Dov,. ; Morris Segur, A. G. P Mercantile National Bank! 

Newark Essex Reynolds, A. M Martin & Runyon. 

Perth Amboy Middlesex Savinifs Institution Fourth National Bank. 

Trenton Mercer Alpheus Swayze Vennilye & Co. 

New York.— (//iferj'or.) 
{For New York City Bankers, seep. 79.) 

Addi.«on Steuben Addison Bank National Tradesmen's Bank. 

Albany Albany Conant, William B Fisk & Hatch. 

'' " Evertsen, Evert Henry Clews & Co. : Fisk & Hatch. 

" " Squires, Thomas Jav Cooke & Co. ; Henry Clews & Co. 

Albion Orleans Denio, J. H G.D. Arthur & Co. ; Fisk & Hatch. 

Amsterdam Montgomery. .A. V. Morris Stuyvesant Bank. 

Angelica AUegnany D' Autremont & Co Howes ct Macy . 

Arcade Wyoming Hurty «fe Chamberlain . . , First National* Bank. ' 

Attica Wyoming Benedict & Doty National Park Bank. 

" " Thomson & Loomis ... . Nat. Bank of the Commonwealth 

Auburn Cayuga Seward, Jr. & Co., W. H.Imp. & Tra. N. B. ; H. Clews & Co. 

" " Auburn Savings Bank . . . Vermilye & Co. 

Avon Livingston . . . Gould, S. F Howes '& Macy, Imp. & Traders' N. B 

Bath Steuben Hallock, George W Howes & Macv ; 1st Nat. Bank. 

" " McDowell, George W Importers (fc T^raders' Nat. Bank. 

Belfast Allegany Lewis. A. J Ninth National Bank. 

Belmont " Chamberlain &Co.,E. W. National Currency Bank. 

Boonville Oneida Bank of Boonville National Park Bank ; Fisk & Hatch. 

Brockport Monroe Decker, J. D National Park Bank. 

Brocton Chautauqua. . . Harris, T. L Importers & Traders' Nat Bank. 

" " ...Moss, Haight & Dunham 

Buffalo Erie Burt & Co. , H. W American Exchange National Bank. 

" " Candee & Co First Nat. Bank • Trevor & Colgate. 

" " ** Georger & Paul Imp. & Traders' N. B. ; Stoker, TaN lor 

*' House it Co White, Morris & Co. [ & Co. 

" Lee & Pickering Schulz & Rnckgaber. 

" Stellwagen, John N. Park B. and L.Von Hoffman 6r Co. 

" Strong,E.G White, Morris & Co. 

• " Wright, W. W White, Morris & Co. 

Butternuts Otsego Gilbert, Samuel C 

Camden Oneida A. Curtis & Carman 

Campbelltown . . Steuben J. D. Hamilton & Co 

Canandaigua. . . . Ontario Beals, Thomas S Seventh Ward N. B. 

" " Williams & Remington . National Currency Bank. 

Cape Vincent . . .Jefferson . . . .Hammond, L. S Howes & Muoy, and First Nat. Bank. 

" . • . " Warren, G. W. ife Co . . . . Henrv Clews ct Co. 

Carthage " ... Horr & Holcombe National Park Bank. 

Castile Wyoming Mark ham. Swan & Co. . . American National Bank. 

Cazenovia Madison Card, E. S. & Co Fourth National Bank. 

^^cJ^.'^^"!^ [ Columbia Woodbridge & Co.,W. A.First National Bank. 

Chnton Oneida Bissell,Blake8lee & Co.. 

" " Bunce & Dunbar i Atlantic National Bank. 



70 Private Bankers in the United States. 

Location. County. Navie of Banker. New York' Correspondents. 

Clvde Wayne Briggs & Palmer Howes & Macy.Vennilye <fe Co. 

Constableville. . .Lewis S. C. Thompson's Bank .First National Bank. 

Cooperstown .... Otsego **SmitU & Co., C. W First National Bank. 

Copenliagen Lewis Bank of Copenhagen National Park Bank, 

Cornmg f Steuben Geo. "Washington Bank. .Fourth Nat. Bank ; C. A. Meigs & Son. 

•' " " Cole & Thomson Howes & Macy. 

" '• J. N. Hungerf .rd's B'< . . . Atlantic N. B., Imp. & Traders' N. B. 

*' " Q. W. Welington &Co..( entra: Niitiom.lBank. 

Cuba Allegany Cuba Banking Co First National Bank. 

De Kiivter Madison Parsons, E. b., <fc Co Fourth National Bank. 

Dundee Yates Hamhn & Son Howes & Maey. 

'• " Staitbrd, H. G Nat. Park Bank and Howes & Maey. 

" " Wilkin it Hair Central National Bank, Howes <fe Maey. 

Dunkirk Chautauqua . .Miner & Co., H. J National Park Bank, 

" " . . Lake Shore Banking Co. .Metropolitan National Bank. 

Ellicottville Cattaraugus . .Rice & Co,, A, G Metropolitan National Bank. 

East Randolph. . '"' . . Chamberlain, T. J First National Bank. 

Ellenville Ulster McElhone, John National Park Bank. 

Elmira Chemung Smith & Hall Nat. Park Bank, 

Farmers Village, Seneca Wtieeler, 0. G Irving National Bank. 

Fay etteville Onondaga Remington, H First National Bank. 

Fredonia Chautauqua . Miner, H. J American Exchange National Bank. 

" " . . Union Banking Co First National Bank. 

Friendship . Allegany Mulkin, M. C Importers & Tra. N. B. and H. & il. 

Fulton Oswego Hart, S. G. . <to Co American National Bank. 

Geneseo Livingston . . .Cone & Olmsted. . . ... Henry Clews & Co. 

" " Walker, William Duncan, Sherman <fe Co. 

Geneva Ontario Southworth, S National Currency Bank. 

Gouverneur St. Lawrence .Anthony & Co., Charles . National Bank of 'North America. 

Gowanda Cattaraugus . . Jenks, L. S 

Greene Chenango Juliand, J Central National Bank. 

" " Birdsall & Hayes Central Nat. Bk. and Jay Cooke & Co. 

Greenwich Washington. . People's Bank John J. Cisco & Son. 

Granville *' . . Thompson, 0. F H. Clews & Co. and Nat. Trust Co. 

Hagaman's MillsMont^omery . . Pawling, H, & Son George Opdyke & Co. 

Herkimer Herkimer Herkimer Bank First National Bank. 

Holley Orleans Exchange Bank Howes <fc Maey. 

Homer Cortland Barber, Jedediah Mercantile National Bank. 

Uoneoye Ontario Franklin & Co., A Importers & Traders' N. B. 

Horneilsville. . . .Steuben Crane oc Co., N. M American N. B. and Imp. & Tra. N. B. 

Horse Heads Chemuni^ Re\ nolds, Benuitt & Co. Importers & Traders' Nat. Bank. 

Hume Allegany Balcom, C. J Fisk & Hatch. 

Johnstown Fulton Wells & Co., N. P Imp. & Traders' National Bank. 

Jordan Chemung Sperry, R. S. tfc Co First Na;ional Bank. 

Keeseville Essex Baber, Edmund K .Jay Cooke & Co. 

Le Roy Genesee Lathrop, F. C Jay Cooke & Co. 

Lima Livingston .... Gibson, C. W Henry Clews & Co. 

Lockport Niagara Hehner & Co., J. W Howes &, Maey and N. Bk. Commerce. 

Lowville Lewis Bank of LowvUle First National Bank. 

Lyons Wavne Gavitt & Murdoch Henry Clews & Co. and Ninth N. B. 

" '" Mirick & Cole Fourth National Bank. 

Little Falls Herkimer Burke & Hely First National Bank. 

Little Valley Cattaraugus . Marsh, S, S First National Bank. 

Marion Wayne Huggins, C, C First National Bank. 

Marathon Cortland Squires <fe Co., D. C First National Bank. 

Mayville Chautauqua . . Gifford & Co., G. W Howes & Maey, & Henry Clews <fe Co. 

Mexico Oswego Conklin L. H Atlantic National Bank, 

Milford Otsego Wilber, David American National Bank. 

Morris Otsego *Moore, A. G. cfc Co Importers & Traders' N. Bank. 

Mount Morris. . .Livingston . . . Whitney, George S Verrnilye & Co. 

" ... ...Bingham, Bro. it Brace. .Merchants' Exchange N. B. 

Newark Wayne Peirson <fe Co., S.S Importers <fe Traders' National Bank, 

Newburgh Orange Wiltsie, J. R. & Son Henry Clews & Co. 

New Beriin Chenango Moss, H. O Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

Niagara Falls. . .Niairara Chesbrough, A. M Wliite, Morris & Co, 

Nunda Livingston Whitcomb, W Ninth National Bank. 

" " Nunda Banking House, . National Park Bank. 

Ogden.sburgh...8t. Lawrence .Averells «fe Chapman National Park Bank. 

" ... " . Jndson's Bank Fourth Nat. Bk. ; Amer. E.x. Nat. Bk. 

Olean Cattaraugus. . .Stowell,Chamberlaiu«fcCo.Nat. Park Bank and Howes & Mac. 

Oneonta Otsego Ford & Cope Howes & Maey. 

Oswego Oswego C'ity Bank American Exchange National Bank. 

Otego Otsej^o Bank of Oti^go Fii-st National Bank. 



Nnv York (Litirior) — North CaroUiia. 71 

Location. fouvty. jV<ime» of Bunker. Keic York CorreApomlenU. 

Otto Cattarmigus. . .TV. F. Elliott & Co •/;.•••,••• 

Ovid Seiifctt L. 0. Purtridere Ninth National Bunk. 

Owego Tiogrt Piatt, Jones "<fe Co Bank North America. 

Painted Post Steuben Bronson tS: Higraan National Park Bank. 

PaJmvra Wayne Rotrers. Knowles & Co. .First National Bank. 

" ' " Lvoii, Lviiiun Howes »fc Macy, Ninth Nat. Ba::!:. 

Penn Yaii V.'. .. .Yates Stark, Oliver Atlantic National Bank. 

Perr}' Wvonung Smith's Bank American Exchange National Bank. 

Phelps On'tario Crane & Norton Nat. Park Bank <fe Ilenrj^ Clews & Co. 

Pike Wyoming Han < of Pi e Ninth National Bank. 

" " Blod'jrett vie Hiu'"/ms First Nation il Bank. 

Port Jervis Orange Union Banking Co Nintli National Bank. 

Port Bvron Cayuga , Wither, J. H. it Co National Shoe & Leather Bank. 

Portvillo Cattaraugus . . . Diisen})urv, E. G First National Bank. 

" " . . . Melov, Jolm W Northrup & Chick. 

Prattsburgh Steuben Smith, Andrew K Henry Clews &Co. 

•♦ " Ainsworth, J. P. R Kissam <fc Co. 

Pr - ...Oneida Hincklev. E. L 

Pi; ... Oswego., Ingersoll & Co.'s B., R. L.Importers <fe Traders' Nat. Bank. 

Ka; , Cattaraugus ..Dow, A. G Metropolitan National Bank. 

RichticldSpringsOt^ego Brjan & Ransom 

Riverhead (L.I.).Sutlolk Foster & Akerley Fisk & Hatch. 

Rochester Monroe Green Brothers & Co First National Bank. 

*' " Enckson, Jennings & Mumford . . National Park Bank. 

" " Powers, Daniel W American Exchange National Bank. 

" Raymond & Huntington. Am. Ex. Nat. B. and Vennilye <fc Co., 

[and Duncan, Sherman «fe Co. 

" Gibson, C. W Howes & Macy. 

*' " Stettheimer, Tone tS: Co . I mporters <k. Traders' National Bank. 

Rome Oneida Lewis Searles & Kinney . Howes & Macv. 

" " Hayden.NcHalley Fisk it Hatch'. 

Rushford Allegany Higgins, O. T First National Bank. 

Sag Harbor Snflfoik Adams, William First National Bank. 

Salatnanca Cattaraugus . . Marsii, S. S 

Sehenevus Otsego Thompson. J. T First National Bank. 

Sherman Chatauqua Shclion, H & Co Henrj- Clews & Co. 

Skaneatcles Onondaga Pardee & Co., C First^Nat. Bank ; J. J. Pardee & Co. 

Sodus •. . Wayne Green, E. A National Currency Bank. 

Springville Erie Leland,Chamberlain&Co.lmporter8 & Traders' Nat. Bank. 

Suspeil'n BridgeNiagara Witmer Brothers White, Morris & Co. 

Syracuse Onondaga Crouse & Co., John Fourth National Bank. 

" " Dawson, E. S., Treas'r. . First National Bank ; H. Clews & Co. 

" '' .... Bagg, Stanley American Exchange National Bank. 

" " Trust and Deposit Co First Nat. Bank., & Henry Clews & Co. 

" " Wilkinson & Co American Exchange National Bank. 

Ticonderoga Essex Burleigh & Bro., H. G. . Henry Clews & Co. and First Nat. B. 

Trumansburg. . .Tompkins Bank of Trumansburg. . .American Exchange National Bank. 

Troy Rensselaer Neher & Calder Fisk & Hatch and Trevor & Colgate. 

"' " Ogden & Co., G. Parish. Venn ilve & Co. 

" " ....TQlinghast & Son, B. A. Fisk &*Hatch; and Henry Clews & Co. 

Unadilla Otsego .North, Siver A: Co First National Bank. 

Union Broome Chandler & Rockwell . . .National Currency Bank. 

Utica Oneida Buchanan, Jr., T National Park Bank. 

" Burke, Wm. F Vermilve & Co. 

" Grannis & Co., T. O Vermilve & Co. 

" Mather & Co., A. D Fisk & Hatch. 

" " Peckham, S. T First National Bank. 

Valatie Columbia Miller, James Vermilve & Co. 

Watertown Jefferson Harger & Son, C. G National Park and Currency Banks. 

" " Winslow, Norris (Mer.Bk) First and Ninth National B'anks. 

Weedsport Cayuga Mack, Treat & Co Metropolitan Nat. Bank. 

WeJlsvdle Allegany Hoyt & Lewis Cen. Nat. B. ; Howes & Macy. 

" " York & Chamberlain Nat. Park Bank. , and Howes & Macy. 

" " Judd, D. C First National Bank. 

North Carolina. 

Charlotte Mechlenbure. . Tate & Dewev Nat. B. Republic, & Howes & Macy. 

Fayetteville Ciunberland . .Wiley <fe Co., ]?. A 

" ** . .Jones «te Lutterloh National Bank of Republic. 

Greensboro Guilford Henr\- G. Kellogg Howes & Macy and First Nat. Bank. 

" " Wilson & Shober American Nation^ Bank. 



72 Private Bankers in the United States. 

Location. Connty. Kame of Banker. Kein York Correspond enU 

Newbern Craven J. A. Gaion & Co Gartli, Fisher & Hardy. 

'' '• Jones <fe Co., S. T First Nat. Bank and Howes & Macy. 

" " Kountree & Co., K. H... Lawrence, Brothers & Co. 

" " Freedmen'sS.&T. Co...Jay Cooke & Co 

Raleigh Wake Williams & Co., John G.N.'B. Kepublic&Manning&De Forest. 

'^ " Nat. Fr'dnien'sS.&T;Co. Jay Cooke & Co. 

Salisbury Rowan Sprague, F. H Howes & Macy. 

Tarboro " Smith & Williams Wm. Bryoe & Co., 29 Chambers. 

Washington Beaufort Burbank & Gallagher. . .Howes & Macy. 

Wihiiington New Hanover. Dawson, James National Park' Bank. 

" .... " Freedmen'sS.&T.Co.. . . Jay Cooke & Co. 

Ohio. 

Akron Summit Aultman, Miller & Co. . .Ninth National Bank. 

" " Woods, Thompson & Co. Central National Bank ; Am. Nat. Bk. 

Alliancp Stark Gremer, Steele & Co Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

" " Teeters & Son, E Howes & Macy. 

Ashland Ashland Citizens' Bank Fourth Nut. Bank. 

Athens Athens Bank of Athens William Ho;^e tfe Co. 

Bainbrdge Ross Rockhold, Cook & Co. .Phenix National Bank. 

Bellaire Belmont Hoge, Sheets & Co Fourth National Bank. 

Bellefontaine Logan Rutan, Riddle & Co Jay, Cooke & Co., <te First Nat. Bank. 

'' ....'' Allen & Steen 

Bellevue Huron Sinclair & Co., H. M Kent & Co. 

Bucj^rus Crawford Scott, Biddle tt Co 

Cadiz Harrison Lyons, Robert American Exchange National Bank. 

" " Rezin, Welch & Co Third National Bank. 

Canal Dover Tuscarawas . . . Baker & Hardesty Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Canton Stark Harter & Brother, Geo. D .Importers & Traders' National Bank. 

" " Stark County Bank Howes & Macy. 

" " Sav. Deposit Bank Importers & Traders' N. B. 

" " Hurford&Wise Nat. Park Bank. 

Carey Wyandott 0. Pearnall & Co Ninth National Bank. 

Chaffrin Falls. . .Cuyahoga Pratt, E. B Vermilye & Co. 

Chillicothe Ross Ross County Bank Lockwood & Co. 

Chardon Geauga Murray <fe Canfield Lloyd, Hamilton & Co. 

Cincinnati Hamilton Adae & Co., C. F Chemical and Contmental Nat. Banks. 

" Andrews, Bissell & Co. . Impt. & Traders' & Chatham N. B. 

" " Barger & Co.. Jno. W... Nassau Bank. 

" " ... .Burt <fe Co., A. G Am. Ex. National Bank. 

" " Bussing & Co. , G. H Manhattan Bank. 

" ...» Davis & Co., S. S Kuhn, Loeb & Co. 

( See card, page -k\\\. 

" " Espy, Heidelbach & Co. .Nat. City Bk., Drexel, Winthrop &Co. 

" " Evans & Co Manhattan B. , Winlow, Rainer A Co. 

" " . . . j Gilmore, Dunlap & Co. . . .Merchants' National Bank. 

( See card., page xliii. 

" " ...( Hemann& Co., Jos. A... Eugene Kelly & Co. & Howes & Macy. 

I See card., page xl vi i . 

" " Hewson, White & Co Fourth Nat. Bank & Jay Cooke & Co 

" " Key8ifeCo.,SB Soutter & Co. 

" " Kinney & Co., E Kuhn, Loeb & Co. & Metropolitan N.B. 

" " Larkin & Co., Joseph F.Nassau Bank and Third National Bank. 

" " . . . j Lafayette Bank Bank of America. 

\ See their card in Banlcers' Almanac, 1S70., page xlvii. 

" *' Mc( ammon & Green 

" . . . ( Nettelton & Co. , N. G. . Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

I See card, page xlvi. 

" " Seasongood, >fi!t:er«& Co. Win low, Lanier «fe Co. 

Circleville Pickaway Samuel Marfield & Son .. National Bank of Commerce. 

Cleveland Cuyahoga Citizens' Sav. & LoanAsso 

" " Cleveland Banking Co . . Bank of New York. 

" " ....Davis* Co., E.F Howes & Macy. 

" " ....Hale <fe Co.,E. B Ninth Nat. Bank and Howes <fe Macy. 

" .... Everett, WeddeU & Co . . Metropolitan and Am. Ex. Nat. Bk. 

'' " Society for Savings National Park Bank. 

^^ " .... Painter, J. V Continental N. B. ; Jay Cooke & Co. 

" Preston, W. E National Currency Bank. 

" Price Hrothers Fanner. Hatch & Co. 

" .... Wick & Co. , Henry N. Pk. B. & Fourth N. B. Chem'l N. B. 

'• .... Wright, George S Vennilye <& Co. and Trevor & Colgate 



Ohio. ' "IS 

Location, County. Name of Banker. Nmo Yorli Corrttpondcntiu 

Columbus Franklin . . . ( Central Bank Howes «fe Macy. 

'( .SV*- their card in Bankern^ Altna/iac,\S70, paoe xlvi. 

»* . Bartlit & Smith St. Nicholas National Bank. 

" Commercial Bank Drexel, Winthrop & Co. 

'• ...» llavden,nutche8on & Co.P. Hayden. 

( ,'^ef their card in Jiankern* Almanac, 1870, pa^e xliii. 
" Huntinffton & Co., P. W.Fourth National Bank. 

'' " Miller, Donaldson & Co.. Nat. Park Bank, 

•* " Keinhard & Co E. Kelly <fe Co , and Howes & Macy. 

" "■ Kickly & Brother Jay Cooke & Co. 

»' " Sparrow, Hines & Co Importers & Traders National Bank. 

Coshocton Coshocton Johnson & Co., J. K Jay Cooke ife Co. 

" .... Rifkett«, T. C National Park Bank. 

Conncaut Ashtabula (Jaiisevoort, Conrad First Nut. Bank and Howes <fe Macy. 

Crestline Crawford Thoman & Co., J. A Lawrence, Brothers & Co. ; Winslow, 

Cuvahoga Falls . jSummit Comstock, E. S Howes «fe Macy. [Lanier & Co. 

DaVton Montffomery . . Ilarshman & Gorman N. Pk. Bk. <fc Manhattan Co.. & J. B. 

'" " ..Winters & Son, V Manhattan Bank. [Alexander «fc Co. 

Defiance Defiance Defiance County Bank . . Howes & Macy 

Delaware Delaware Deposit Banking Co Nat. Park Bank and First Nat. Bank 

Dresden Muskingum . . Euton, C. E Howes & Macy 

" " . . .Lemert, L. J Ninth National Bank. 

Fiadlay Hancock Carlins & Co Metropolitan National Bank. 

" " Gage <te Co., H. P Nmth National Bank. 

Fostoria Seneca Foster & Co Kent & Co. 

Fredericktown. .Knox Tuttle, S. S Lawrence, Brothers & Co 

"' . " Bank of Fredericktown Howes & Macy. 

Fremont Sandusky Bank of Fremont National Park Bank. 

Gallon Crawford ... . Citizens' Bank First National Bank. 

GarrettsvUle Portage Savins: cfe Loan Asso'n Jay Cooke & Co. 

Georgetown Brown Phillips & Co., F. J 

Greenfield Highland Highland County Bank . . 

Greenville Darke .Exchange Bank 

Harrisville Harrison Watson, Joshua P American Exchange National Ban^. 

Hillsboro Highland Evans & Fen-is American and Third National Bank. 

Hudson Summit Farrar & Co., C. W L. S. Lawrence & Co. 

Ironton Lawnnce P ters & Co., John 

Jackson Jackson Chapman, Clare & Co. . . Kuhn, Loeb & Co. 

Jamestown Greene Farmers & Traders' Bk . Fourth Nat Bank. 

Jefferson Ashtabula Jefferson S. & L. Asso. ..Hatch & Foote 

Kenton Hardin Bank of Exch. & Deposit.Ninth National Bank. 

" " Cary & Son Continental National Bank. 

" " Williams Bank Ninth National Bank. 

Lancaster Fairfield Garaghty & Hunter Drexel, Winthrop & Co. 

Lebanon Warren Warren Countv Bank First National Bank. 

Le Roy Medina Ohio Farmers' Lm. Co . . . Central National Bank. 

Lima Allen Farmers' Savings Bank. .First National Bank. 

" " LimaDepositB.(H.D).. National Park Bank. 

** " National Deposit Bank ..Ninth National Bank. 

Logan . . .- Hocking People's Bank First National Bank. 

London Madison Maaison Co. Bank First National Bank. 

Loudonville Ashland Haskell's Bank National Trust Co. 

Manchester Adams Ellison & Co., John Ninth National Bank. 

Marietta Washington. . Bank of Marietta First National Bank. 

Marion Marion Marion Deposit Bank Nassau Bank and Irving National Bk. 

" " Reed & Co., J. S Martin & Runyon. 

" '' Farmers' Bank F'irst National Bank . 

Martinville Clinton Moore A: Hunter Third National Bank. 

Marysville Union Bank of Man.sville Irvin? National Bank. 

" " Farmers' B:nk Fifth National Bank. 

Massillon Stark McLain & Hunt Luther Kountze. 

Maumee City . . .Lucas Cook & Mitchell American N. B. and Ninth Nat. Bank. 

McConnellsville. Morgan Deval, Merriam & Co. . .Howes & Macy and Nat. Park Bank. 

McArthur Vinton Vinton Co. Bank Mechanics National Bank. 

Mechani cab urg.. Champaign Farmers' Bank Importers & Traders' N. B. 

Medina Medina Blake, H. G National Trust Co. 

Medina Medina Commercial Bank Fourth National Bank. 

Miamisburgh . . Montgomery. . Groby & Co., H National Bank of North America. 

Middletown Butler Oglesby & Barnetz Ocean National Bank. 

Millersburg Holmes Long, Brown & Co Mercantile National Bank. 

Minerva Starke Perdue & Co. , J. T Ocean National Bank. 

Monroeville Huron Davis, Crim & Stentz Ninth National Bank. 

Monroesville Huron Prentiss & Co., A. W 



74 Private Bankers in the United States, 

Location. County. Name of Banker. Nfw York Correftpo)ideut8. 

Mount Gilead. . .Morrow Trimble, James S Third National Bank. 

Napoleon Henrj SheiReld & Norton Fourth National Bank, 

Newark Lickmg Franklin's Sons, Edward. Ninth National Bank. 

*' " Eobbin8,Wing, Warner &Co.Ninth National Bank. 

" " Wool Growers' Sav.Asso. National Park Bank. 

New Lisbon Columbiana . .Zepernich & Lodge Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

New Philad'phiaTuscarawas . . . Bates, A Howes <k Maey. 

" " . . Citizen's Bank Howes & Macy. 

Niles Trumbull . . . ; . Wiek, Bentlev & Co National Park Bank. 

Orrville Wayne Brennernan, llurst & Co. 

Ottawa Putnam Slansson, Ewing & Cox. .First National Bank. 

" " Rice&Co., C.H Fourth Nat. BIc. & Howes & Macy. 

Oxford Butler Citizens' Bank Third National Bank. 

Painesville Lake Wilcox, Aaron Ninth National Bank. 

" " _ Steele, Horace Importers Ac Traders' National Bank. 

Pomeroy Meigs Bank of Ponieroy William Hoge & Co. • 

Portsmouth Sciota Dugan & Co., Thomas . .National Currency Bank. 

" " Kinney & Co., W Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

" " Lodwick,Lampton& Co.Kuhn, Loeb & Co. 

Riehwood Union Bank of Eichwood First National Bank. 

Ripley Brown Reynolds & Co., J Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Salem Columbiana . . Greiner & Boone Howes & Maey and Ninth Nat. Bank 

Sandusky Erie Robertson & Co Jay Cooke <fe Co. 

Shelby Richland Mickey & Co., Thomas. .Porter & Wetmore. 

Sidney Shelby Carey & Son, John W. . . 

Steubenville Jefferson Sherrard & Co. , R Wm. Hoge & Co. 

Toledo Lucas Coy & Co., C. H Jay Cooke & Co. 



.Kraus & Smith National Park Bank. 



" " Walbridge H. S H. D. Walbridge & Co. 

Up. Sandusky . .Wyandot McKee. R. R Irving Nat. Bk., tV: Ninth Nat. Bank. 

UrichsvilUe Tuscarawas. . .Farmers c<: Mechanics' BkMerchants' Exchange National Bank. 

VanWert Van Wert VanWert County Bank. . George Opdyke & Co. 

Wapakoneta Auglaize Auglaize County Bank. . 

Waverly Pike G. Corwine & Co 

Warren Trumbull Freeman & Hunt Howes & Macy and Ninth Nat. Bank. 

" " McLain & Son, T.J Howes & Maey and G. Opdvke & Co. 

Washington C.H. " Pavey & Claypool Am. Nat. Bk.', and Howes <to Macy. 

Wauseon Fulton Barber & Merrill Howes & Macy. 

Waynes ville Warren Harris, I. H Drexel & Co., 'Philadelphia. 

West Liberty . . .Logan Logan County Bank Ninth National Bank. 

West Salem Wayne Western Reserve Bank. . .First National Bank. 

West Union Adams Grimes & Co., G. B iourth National Bank, Cincinnati. 

Wilmington Clinton < linton Countv Bank 

Wooster Wayne Johnson, T. S Ocean National Bank. 

" " Stibbs, Hanna & Co Howes & Macy. 

" " Commercial Bank Henry Clews & Co. 

Xenia Greene Bank of Xenia Third National Bank. 

Yellow Springs.. '• Neff E. W. S Henry Talmadge. 

Youngstown Mahoning Wiek, Brothers & Co Fourth National Bk. and Nat. Park Bk. 

" " Savings & Loan Asso'n. . Rank of North America 

Zanesville Muskingum. . .Brown & Co., A. H Hanover National Bank. 

" " .. .Russell & Co., C. C American Exchange National Bank. 

Oregon. 

Portland Multnomah . . . Agency Bk.Bnt. Columbia. E. Bell & Gundry. 

" " . ..Goldsmith Brothers 

" " ...Ladd&Tilton A. E. & C. E. Tilton. 

" ...Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Salem Marion Ladd & Bush A. E. & C. E. Tilton. 

PciiiiHylvaiiiai. 

Philadelphia, 28 S. Third St. . . . Barker Brothers & Co. . . Howes & Macy. 

" 26 S. Third St . . .Bachman & Moeiling Glendinnin.', Davis & Amory. 

" 826 Walnut St. . . .Biddle&Co., Thos. A . . . J. G. King's Sons. 

" 150 S. Third St. . .Bioren & Co E. D. Randolph & Co. 

" 13 Merchants Ex. Bowen (fe Fox f 

" 211 < hestnut St . . . Brown Brothers & Co Brown Brothers & Co. [& Co. 

88 8. Third St. . .Camblos & Co., Charies .Dibble & Camblos : Drexel, Winthrop 
" 10 S. Third St. . .Car8on,DeDobbeler&Co.Gould, Strong & Co. 



Pennsylvania. 75 

Location. Kn me of Banker. New York CorrenpmxIevtK. 

Philadelpliia.3:) S. Third St. . .Clork & Co., E. W Clark, Dodge & Co. ; Jay Cooke& Co. 

" lU S. Third fcJt. \ Cooke & Co., Jay Jay Cooke & Co. 

\ See their card, page xlviii. 

" 218>^ Walntit St Davies, Samuel rKetchum, P. & B. 

" 40 S. Third St. . .De Haven <fe Brother Jay Cooke & Co. ; Fisk & Hatch, and 

*' 12yS. Tliird St..J)'InviHiei-8, C 

" 84 S. Third St. I Drexel & Co Drexel,Winthrop &Co. 

I See their card in Bankers^ Almanac, IH70, page xlix. 

" 109 S. Third St. . Elliott & Dunn Gib.son. Beadleston & Co. 

" 6 S. Third St. .Emorv, Benson & Co Ghniliiiniiig, Davis & Amory. 

" 11 S. Third St. .Fox, John E., & Co (ilindinninjjr, Davis & Amory. 

" Franklin Sav'.s. Fund Soc. 

" 42 S. Third. . . .Gilboujrh c*c Co., J. W. . .Importers & Traders' N. B. 

" 48 S. Third St \ Glendinning, Davis & ( o.Glendinning, Davis & Amory. 

} See their card in BankerH* Almanac, 1870, page xlviii. 
" 111 S. Third. . . ( Gowen, Henrv G Glendinning, Davis <te Amory. 

I See his card in Banker^ Almanac, 1870, page xlviii. 

'* " , .Jamison A Co., B. K Jay Cooke tt Co. 

" 82 S. Third St. . Kurtz .t Howard E. D. Randolph & Co. 

*' 29 S. Third St. .Lewars & Co, James E...Fisk <fe Hatch. f& Amory. 

'' , 62 S. Third St..Lovd, W.H.,<feCo Vermilve & C<). ; Glenclimiin/, Davis 

" " . .McDonald cV: WUkius. . . .E. D. Randolph & Co. [& Co. 

'' 80 S. Third St. . Narr & Ladner E. D. Randolph & Co. ; H. L. Horton 

*' Walnut c. Dock .Newbold, Son & AertsenDrexel, Wintnrop & Co. 

" 18 S. Third St. .Palmer, S. M. & Co Glendinning, Davis & Amory. 

" 86 S. Third St « Painter & Co., William. .Jay Cooke & Co. 

\ See their card, page xlvi L 

* 54 S. Third St. . Pearson & Thouron Glendinning, Davis & Amory. 

89 S. Third St. . Peterson & Co., P. S ... . Gould, Strong & Co., & First Nat. B. 

306 Walnut St.. Phila. Sav's Fund Soc 

'' 67 S. Third St. . Ridgway, Jacob E Gould, Strong & Co 

" " . .Rushton & Co., John. . . .Trevor & Col<rate. 

" 46 S. Third St. . Sailer & Stevenson E. D. Randolph & Co. 

" 44 S. Third St. .Sehultz & Co.,M E. D. Randolph & Co. 

" 121 S. Third St \ D. C. W. Smith & Co. .E. D. Randolph & Co. 

I See their card in Bankers' Almanac, 1870. page xlix. 

" 110 S. Third St. .Sterling & Wildman Glendinning, Davis & Amorv. 

" 134 S. Third St. . Tuttle, Turell Hatch & Foote. 

" Chestnut c. S. 4th.Union Banking Co Park Bank, & Lloyd, Hamilton & Co. 

" 42 S. Third St. .Wallace & Keene Glendinning, Davis & Amory. 

" 1000 Walnut St . . . Western Sav's. Fund Soc. 

" 309 Walnut St. . . Whelen&Co.(Townsend)Cammann & Co., 

" 121 S. Third St. .Work, Samuel .Tanner & Co. 

" 20 S, Third St. . Yerkes Jr. & Co.. Chas.T. Glendinning, Davis & Amory. 

Agricnl'l Col Centre Thompson, AIcFarlane & Co. .Ninth National Bank. 

Allegheny City. . Allegheny. . . Allegheny Savings Bank .Importers & Traders' National Bank. 

" '' ... AUeghenv Trust Co National Park Bank. 

" " ... German Savings Bank. . .Ninth National Bank. 

" " . . .Franklin Savings Bank. . National Park Bank. 

" " ... Manchester Savings Bk . . 

'* " ...People's Savings Bank.. Howes & Macy. 

" " ...Diamond Savings Bank. 

" " . . . Workingman's Sav. Bk. Third National Bank. 

AUentown Lehigh Macungie Savings Bank . Jay Cooke & Co. 

Altoona Blair Kerr <fe Co Lloyd, Hamilton & Co. 

" " Lloyd & Co., W. M Lloyd, Hamilton & Co. 

Ashland Schuylkill . . .Ashland Savings Inst. . . Lloyd, Hamilton & Co. 

Beaver Falls . : . .Beaver Economy Savings Inst. . . Bank of America. 

Beaver '• Thomas 'Mc reeiy 

Bedford Bedford Reed & Schell Howes & Macv and Henry Clews & Co. 

Bellefonte Centre Reynolds & Co., Wm. F.Drexel, Wintlirop & Co. 

Berlin Somerset. . . .Philson & Co.^ First National Bank. 

Bethlehem Northampton Dime Savings Bank 

Birmingham Allegheny. . .Fanners & Mechanics' B.Cl athani National Bank. 

BrookvUle Jefferson Brookville Bank Ninth National Bank. 

Butler Butier Butler Savings Bank Henry Clews & Co. 

Carlisle Cumberland.Farmers' Bank !...Jay Cooke & Co. 

Chambcrsburg . . Franklin Austin, Elder & Fletcher. 

Clarion Clarion Myers, N Jav Cooke & Co. 

Coatesville Chester Kirk, MacVeagh & Co . . .Fisk & Hatch. 

Connelsville Fayette Torrence & Co., G . A Henry Clews & Co. 



76 Private Bankers in the United States. 

Location. County. Name of Banker. Keio York Corre«pond«nt$, 

Doylestown Bucks Hart & Co., J Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Ebensburg Cambria Llo^d & Co Lloyd, Hamilton & Co. 

Edinboro Erie Twitchell & Son, E. W . . Howes & Macy. 

Elkland Tioga Parkhurst, J. & J National Park Bank. 

Erie Erie Ball tt Colt Bank N. Y. Nat. Bank Association. 

" " Clark & Goodwin Howes &Macj. 

" " Humboldt Safe D. Co.... Howes &Macv. 

" " Eliot & Co., John Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

" '' German Savings Insti'n. Ninth National Pank. 

" " Warren, W. C Tradesmen's National Bank. 

Franklin Venango Laraberton, K National Park Bank. 

" " International Bank Importers & Traders' N. B. 

Freeport Armstrong Maher, Bell, Reed & Co. . Henry Clews <fe Co. 

Girard Erie Battles & Webster National Park Bank. 

Great Bend Susquehanna. . Chase, Chandler & Co. . .National Currency Bank. 

" " . .Wakeman, Bro. & Co. . . .National Currency Bank. 

Greensburg WestmorelandBarclay, Thomas J Drexel & Co., Philadelphia. 

" " Lloyd, Huff & Co Lloyd, Hamilton & Co. 

Greenville Mercer Achre, Wick & Co Ocean National Bank. 

Hannony Butler Harmony Savings Bank. . Ninth National Bank. 

Harrisburgh Dauphin City Bank of 

" '' Dauphin Deposit Bank. .Clark, Dodge & Co. 

" .... " Dougherty Bros. & Co. .Natiomd Park Bank. 

" " Mechanics Bank 

Hazleton Luzerne Pardee, Markle & Grier. First National Bank. 

HoUidaysburg . .Blair Gardner 6c Son, James. .Farmers & Mechanics' Nat. Bk., Phila, 

Huntingdon Huntingdon . .Bank of Huntingdon Henry Clews & Co. 

Indiiina Indiana Indiana Co. Deposit Bk. . 

Irwin's Westmoreland Farmers & Miners' BankLloyd, Hamilton & Co. 

Knoxville Tioga Seely, Coates & Co Howes & Macy. 

Lancaster Lancaster Bair & Schenk Jay Cooke & Co. 

" " Evans, McEvoy & Co. . . Drexel, Winthrop & Co. 

" " Inland Ins. & t)ep. Co. . . Continental National Bank. 

" " Eeed, Henderson & Co. .Dibble & Camblos. 

" Reed, McGrannrf: Co.... W. & J. O'Brien. 



, Stebman, Clarkson & Co. Jay Cooke & Co. 
.Swartz, D. G 



Latrobe Westmorel'd. .Lloyd, Huff & Co Lloyd, Hamilton & Co. 

Lebanon Lebanon Strawbridge, D. C Ocean National Bank. 

Lawre.eeburg. .Armstrong McGough,"Parker & Co. Importers and Traders National Bank. 

Lewiston Miflflin Benedict & Co Howes & Macy. 

" " Russell, William 

Lockhaven Clinton Moore, Simpson & Co. . .Fourth National Bank, Phila. 

McKeespoit AUeglieny . . . .Coursin & Co., F. H Vermilve &, Co. 

Meadville Crawford Dick & Co., James R Am. l!xch. N. B. ; Jay Cooke & Co. 

'' " Meadville Sav. Bank Jay Cooke & Co.., and Howes & Macy. 

Mercer Mercer Zahniser & Hefling National Park Bank. 

Mifflintown Juniata Juniata Valley Bank Jav Cooke & Co. 

Montrose Susouehanna. .Cooper & Co.', W. II Oilman, Son & Co. 

Monongahela . . . Wasnington. . . Alexander & Co Ninth National Bank. 

New Brighton . .Beaver Hoopes, R. E. & H . Howes & Macy. 

Newcastle Lawrence Patterson, William National Park'Bank. 

Newport Perry Newport Dep. Bank Ninth National Bank. 

Nomstown Montgomery . . Albertson, J. Morton 

North East Erie Blaine, A. W 

Oil City Venango Bissell & Co., G. H Ninth National Bank. 

" " Oil City Savings Bank... First National Bank. 

Oxford Chester Kirk, MacVeagh & Co. .Fisk & Hatch. 

Parker's Landing " T. B. C ark J:iy Cooke & Co. 

" " McGough. Parker & Co.. Importers Sz Traders' National Bank. 

Petroleum Centre Venango Bissell & Co., Geo. H... Ninth National Bank. 

Philipsburg Centre McGirk & Perks Union National Bank, Phila. 

Pittsburgh Allegheny American Bank Bank of America. 

" " Brady & Co., James T. . Jay Cooke & Co. ; Vennilye & Co. 

*' " Central Bank Wnislow, Lanier <fe Co. 

" " . . j Coalmen's Trust Co Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

1 See their card in Jiankers' Almanac, 1870, page li. 

" " Dollar Savings Bank Chemical National Bank. 

" " . . J Fifth Avenue Bank Third National Bank. 

< See their card in Jiankern^ Almnnnr, \H70,paffe 1. 

" " Fort Pitt Banking Co First National Bank. 

" " .... Hart, Caughey & Co Vermilye & Co. and Fisk & Hatch, 



Pennsylvania. 77 

Location. Count}/. Xamt of Banker. Xew York Correfipondsntt. 

Pittsburgh Alle<rhony. . i Holmes «fe Sons, N Metropolitan National Bank. 

'( Sei their card in Jiankeni' Afmanae, 1870, joa^g 1. 

«' " Keystone Suvin<r8 Bunk . . Winslow, Lunier <^ po. 

" " Lawrence Sav. Bunk Ninth National Bank'. 

*' Altusonie Deposit Bunk ... 

" .... MoClean & Co., Samuel.. Clews & Co., and Mer. Ex. Nat. Bk. 

" •' MeVay & Co., Ira B llowes <te Macy and Jay Cooke & Co. 

'» .. '* Mechanics Savings Bunk. 

•• ....Mertz, P. R Albert Frank & Bro. 

•• .. j National Trust Co Bank of America. 

I iSee their card in Bankern' Almanac^ l^ilO^page 1. 
'• Patrick «fe Co., K Winslow, Lanier & Co. 



People's Savings Bank 

Pittsburg Bk. for Sav'gs. 

Pittsburgh Savings Bank. Third National Bank. 



*ittsburg Bk. for Sav'gs.Third National Bank. 



Real Estate Savings Bank. 

•• Robinson Brothers National Park Bank. 

" Savings & Depo it Bank. Bank of America. 

" . . ( Semple «fe Jones National Shoe & Leather Bank. 

"( Se^ card in Bankers' Almanac^ 1870, pane 1. 

'• Stark, J. F National Bank ot" North America. 

" Western Savings Bank . .Drexel, Winthrop & Co. 

Pittston Luzerne Miner's Savings Bank. . . Jay Cooke <!e Co. 

Pleasantville Venango Mitchell & Brown Manhattan Co., <fe Ninth Nat. Bank. 

Port Roval Juniata Juniata Valley B. Branch.Union Banking Co., Philadelphia. 

PottsvUle Schuylkill. . . . Whitney, L. F 

Providence Luzerne Winton, Clark & Co Importers & Traders' National Bank. 

Readini? Berks Bushong & Brother Baker & Bushong. 

Ridge way Elk Souther, Willis & Souther. National Park Bank. [N. Bank. 

Scranton Luzerne Geo. Sanderson & Co National Currency & Imp. & Traders' 

" "■ John HencUey & Co American Exchange National Bank. 

Sharon Mercer Porter & Perkins Chemical National Bank. 

" " Strawbridge & Co 

Shickbhinny Luzerne Boone, C. A Jay Cooke & Co. 

Slatington Lehigh Dime Savings Fund First National Bank. 

Smithport McKean Hamlin, Henry Howes ct Macy. 

Somerset Somerset Sanner & Co., M. A Henry Clews &; Co. 

" *' Schell & Kimmel H. Cfews & Co. 

Snsq'hanna Dep. Susquehanna. .Curtis & Miller National Currency Bank. 

South West Warren Mitchell, D. H Manhattan Bank. 

St. Marys Elk Short, Hall & Co 

Tidiout'e Warren j Grandin Brothers Nat. Paik Bank ; Jay Cooke & Co. 

I See their card,, page Ixi. 

Tionesta Venango Tionesta Savings Bank. . First National Bank. 

Titusville . . . .Crawford Fletcher & Co!, S. D. . . .Manhattan Bank. 

•' " Titusville Savings Bank. Importers & Traders' National Bank 

Tioga Tioga Wickham & Co. , B. C . . . Market National Bank. 

Towanda Bradford. Mason <te Co., G. F Leather Manufacturers' Nat. Bank. 

" " Mercurs' Bank American Exchange National Bank. 

*' " Taylor & Co Ninth National Bunk. 

Troy " Pomeroy Brothers First National Bank, 

Tyrone Bkir **Lloyd, Caldwell & Co. .Lloyd, Hamilton <fe Co. 

Union Milla Erie Cooper. Ezra Howes & Macv. 

Warren Warren Hall, Cnapin Ninth National Bank. 

" " Watson, L. F 

Washington . . . Washington \ **Hazlett, Samuel .Nmth Nationd Bank. 

( See their card., page Ixi. 

" " . . Smith & Son, ^Villiam . . . Ninth National Bank. 

Waterford Erie Benson & West Ocean National Bank. 

Westchester Chester Kirk, MacVeagh & Co. . Fisk & Hatch. 

" .... " McFarland & Co., D. M 

" .... " Haines & Co. , E . D Importers & Traders' Nat. Bank. 

West Middlesex. Mercer Millers & Miners' Bank. .Howes & Macy. 

West Newton. . . WestmorelandDick, J. A 

Williamsport . . . Lycoming Powell & Co H. Clews & Co. 

" *' Geo. L. Sanderson & Co.National Park Bank. 

" *• Weed, Young & Co National Park Bank. [N. B. 

WUkesbarre Luzerne Bennett, Phelps & Co. . Central National Bank : Merchants' Ex! 

'." " Brown «te Gray Henry Clews & Co. 

" .... " Emley, A. H National Park Bank. 

" .... " Roehafellow & Co. , F. V . National Park Bank. 

" " Williamson & Co Fisk & Hatch. 



78 Private Bankers in the United States, 

Location. County. Name of Banker. Keic York Correspond onib. 

Wilkins Allegheny Pavings & Deposit Bunk . Bank of America. 

York York Weiser, Son & Cari Smith, Randolph & Co. 

niiodc Island. 

Providence . . . .Providence . . .Bouiti & Co Jay Cooke & Co. 

" " ...Balch&Son Fourth National Bank. 

" " ... Borden & Bowen Fourth National Bank. 

" " ... Greene & Cranston Verrailye & Co., Martin & Eunyon. 

" " ... Jackson & Co., B. M Fourth Nat. Bank, & Vemailye & Co. 

" ..... " .. .Peirce & Salisbury Howes «fe Macy. 

« " ...Taft& Co.,E. A Jay Cooke & Co. 

" " ...Wall & Son Jay Cooke & Co. 

ISoulls Carolsfi^a. 

Abbeville Abbeville Citizens' Savings Bank. .Lawrence Brothers & Co. 

Beaufort Beautort Freed. Sav. & Trust Co. Jay Cooke & Co. 

Cheraw Chesterfield . . . Malloy , D Williams, Bimie & Co. 

Charleston Charleston Adgertfe Co., James [Bro.&Co. 

" " . . j James H. Wilson Duncan, Sherman & Co. ; Lawrence 

I See card in Hankers'' Almanac, 1870, pa^e lii. 

" " Gambrill, L .^ ational I'ark Bank. 

" " Kaufmann, A. C Drake Bros. 

" " ... .Freed. Sav. & Trust Co. Jay Cooke & Co. 

'* " Sebring, Edward Central National Bank. 

" " S. C. Loan & Trust Co. .Fourth National Bank. 

" " Lessure & Wells 

" " ....Trenhohn&Son,Geo. A. 

" " .... Williams & Co. , Geo. W.National Park Bank & Ninth Nat. Bk. 

Chester Chester Citizens' Savings Bank. .Lawrence Brother & Co. 

Columbia Richland Scott, Williams & Co William Taylor & Co. 

" " Citizens Savmgs Bank. . . Lawrence Bros. & Co. 

" " Gambrill,D ilenry Talmadge. 

Georgetown . . . .Georgetown . .Fraser, E. E Lawrence, Brothers & Co. 

Greenville Greenville Beattie, C. H. & Co National Bank of State of New York. 

Laurens Laurens Citizens' Savings Bank. .Lawrence Brothers & Co. 

Newberry Newberry .t u u u u u 

Teniie§§ee, 

Chattanooga Hamdton Lookout Savings Inst ilanliattan Co. 

" .... " Discount & Deposit B. . .R. T. AVilson & Co. 

Clarksville Montgomery. .Northern Bank of Tenn. .American Exchange National Bank. 

" " . . Montgomery Sav. Inst. . .Bank of America. 

Columbia ..... .Maury Bank of Columbia Thomas Eakin 

" " Shelby Sav. Institution. . Thomas Eakin. 

Jackson Madison Bank of Madison Third National Bank. 

Knoxville Knox Exch.&Dep.Bk.(E.P. Bailey, Cash.). .Bank of America. 

" " Knoxville Bank Phenix National Bank. 

" " People's B'k of Knoxville Phenix National Bank. 

Memphis Shelby De Soto Bank Fourth National Bank. 

'* " i Emmet Bank Howes & Macy. 

1 See their card in Bankers' Almanac, 1870, page liv. 

" " Freedmans' S. L. & T. Co Jay Cooke c*c Co. 

" *' Jackson Insurance Co Henry Talmadge. 

" " City Bank National Shoe & Leather Bank. 

•' " Memphis Life & Gen. Ins.Co.. American Exchange National Bk. 

" " . . . . i Citizens' Union Bank Jay Cooke & Co. 

j See their card in Bankers' Abnanac, 1870, page liv. 

" " Manhattan Bank Central Nat. Bank 

" " Mcmpliis Bank Dean, McGinniss & Co. 

" " Savings Bk. of Momphis.Third National Bank. 

" " \ Union ^N: Planters, Bank. Myers tfe Co., P. M. 

) See their card in Bankers' Almanac, \S'lO^ page Iv. , 

Murfrccsboro . . . Rutherford Miirtreesboro Sav. Bk . . . Thomas Eakin. 

Nashville Davidson National Savings Co G. D. Arthur & Co 

" " ....Nat. Freed. Sav. &T. Co. Jay Cooke «fc Co. 

" " People's Bank Henry Talmadge. 



Tennessee — Texas — Utah — Vermont — Virginia. T 9 

Location. County. yame of Banker. New York Correspond entg. 

Nashville Davidson Traderfs' Bank Thos. Eakln. 

" " Nushville Suv'gs Bank. .Trevor & Colcrate. 

New Providence Montgomery . . New Prov. Sav. Inst'n . .J. B. Alexander & Co. 

Paris Henry McNiell Brothers Metropolitan National Bank. 

Pulaski Giles Kiehland Savings liank . .Tlios. Eakin. 

Shelby ville ... . Bedford Shelby villo Sav'gs Bank.liujj. & Traders' National Bank. 

Texas. 

Austin Travis Raymond & Whitis Swenson, Perkins A; Co. 

'^ " Johns & Co. ('. R Swenson, Perkins & Co. 

" " Bremond «fe Co Swenson, Perkins & Co. 

Brenhain Washington , i Bassett <fe Bassett Swenson, Perkins & Co. 

Dallas Dall.is Jordan, T. C Swenson, Perkins & Co. 

Galveston Galveston Ball, Hutohings & Co — Hopkins, Dwight & Trowbridge. 

" ... " . ..Butler & Co., George ...Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

'• " .... Cooke & Wooodville Howes & Macy. 

" . . ( Kopperl, M Chemical N. B. ; Dennistoun & Co. 

\ S>-e card, paqe \\\. 

" .... McMahan & Oo. , T. H . . . Nationa>Park Bk. and Howes & Macy. 

'* Moody, Bradley <fc Co Howes & Macy. 

" Nichols & Co. ^W. II. .. .Howes & Macy. 

" . . . .Sorley & Co., W. B Bank of America, and Howes &, Macy. 

'• " Jockusch & (_ o. W J. H, Brower &Co. ; Baltzer& TaacUs 

Houston Harris Houston Insurance Co. . .Fourth National Bank. 

" " Dickinson <fe Cochran. . . Nat. Park B. and Howes & Macy. 

♦* " House, T. W Spofford, Tileston & Co. 

Indianola Calhoun Runire iV: Co., H Swenson, Perkins & Co, 

Jetferson Marion Arbuckle, James Swenson, Perkins & Co. 

" " Noi-seworthy tfe Clopton. .Northrup & Chick. 

" " Jones, Erastus National Park Bank. 

McKinney Collin Newsome & Co., J. D. . .Swenson, Perkins & Co. 

Nacodoclies Nacodoches . . Starr tt Son, J. H Swenson, Perkins & Co. 

San Antonio Bexar Bennett, W . A Northrup & Chick. 

" " Twohig & Co., John Peter Hayden. 

San Marco Hays Hutchinson, W. O Swenson, Perkins & Co. 

Tyler Smith Duval, B. G Swenson, Perkins & Co, 

^V uxahachie Ellis Ferris & Getzendaner. . . . Swenson, Perkins & Co. 

Waco McLennan Flint & Chamberlin Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

" " Fort & Jackson Winslow, Lanier & Co. 

Ulah. 

Salt Lake City . . Salt Lake Hussey , Dahler & Co. . . . Opdyke & Co. , George 

" .. " Wells, Fargo & Co Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Corinne " Wilson & Morton Kountze, L. 

Vermont. 

West Randolph. Orange Du Bois, R. T First National Bank, Boston. 

Virginia. 

Alexandria Alexandria . . . Burke, & Herbert Jay Cooke & Co. 

" " ...Corse & Co., W. D 

Charlottesville . . Albemarle Virginia Loan & Trust Co.Swenson, PerMns &Co. 

Danville Pittsylvania . . Johnston & Fickleu Howes & Macy and First National B. 

" " . . William S. Patton Union National Bank. 

Fannville Planters' Savintrs B:ink 

Fredericksburg,. Spott8ylvania.Conn'ay,Gordou&Gamett. .Howes & Macy. 

^' Miner & Co Howes & Macv. 

Lynchburg Campbell Miller & Franklin Duncan, Sherman&Co. ; Im. &T.N. B. 

" Woodniff & Spence McKim, Brothers & Co. 

" Krise, P. A VermUve&Co. 

" " People's Savings Bank . . Lees «&' Waller. 

Norfolk Norfolk . . . . < Burruss, son & Co Trevor & Colgate ; Ninth Nat B. 

( See their card, paqe Iviii. 

" Citizens' Pank .... : Bank of New York N. B. A. 

" " Freedmen'sS. & Tr. Co.Jay Coo-e <feCo. 

" " Gordan *!c Co., John D . , National Park Bank. 

" " Whitchurst&Co., J.W..Howe8& Mac}. 



80 Private Bankers in the United States. 

Location. County. Name of Banker. Kew York Correftpondentf. 

Petersburg Dinwiddle j Citizens' Sav. Bank Importers & Traders' & Park N. B. 

( See their card in Banker h* Almanac ., lH70^paffe Iv. 

" .... " .... Hinton & Dunn Howes & Macy. 

" .... " .... Branch & Sons, Thomas . N. Pk Bk. cfe Cen. N. Bk., & City N. B. 

" .... " ... .Petersburg Sav. & Ins. Co.Stuart & Co^ J. & J. 

" .... " . . I Planters & Mec. Sav. Bk. North Kiver Bank. 

( See their card in Bankers^ Almanac, lS70,page xx.xii. 

Portsmouth Norfolk Bain & Brother Howes & Macy. 

Richmond Henrico . • •* j Isaacs & Co., William B.Howes & Macy. 

j See their card in Bankers^ Almanac. 1S70, pa^e Ivi. 

" " j Branch & Co., Thomas. . Nat. Park Bank & Central Nat. Bank. 

( See their card in Bankers^ Almanac. 1S70, page Ivi. 

" " ....] Lancaster & Co Lancaster, Brown & Oo. 

j See their card in Bankers^ A Imanac, 1870, pa(/e xxxii. 

" " Maury & Co., R. H Vermilye & Co. 

" " Rich. Bank'g & Ins. Co . . National Bank Commonwealth. 

" '• Sutton ct < o., W. M Lockvvood & Co. 

" " Union Savings Bank 

" " Cohen, Edward P. Hayden. 

Salem Roanoke •. Board & Hirsh Howes & Macy, 

Staunton Augusta Virginia Insurance Co. , .Duncan, Sherman &.Co. 

West Virgfiiiia. 

Charleston Kanawha Merchants' Bank 

" " Kanawha Valley Bank. . . National Citizens' Bank. 

" " Bank of the West Bank of America. 

Martinsburg BerKeley Berivcley Savings Bank . , National Bank of the Republic. 

" .... " Freedmen'sSav.&T. Co.Jay Cooke & Co. 

Wheehng Ohio Wlieeling Savings Inst. . . American Exchange National Bank. 

" " The People's Bank Continental National Bank. 

Wisconsin. 

Appleton Outagamie David Smith & Co Oilman, Son & Co. 

Beloit Rock Hyde, Louis C People's Bank. 

Black Riv. Falls. Jackson Bowman, S. W Bank of North American. 

Brodhead Green Bowen & Co Ninth National Bank 

Burlington Racine Houghton & Berger Fourth National Bank. 

Boscobel Grant *Bauk of Eoscobef. Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

Chippewa Falls . Chippewa Oregg, Jr., A. K 

Darlington Lafayette Doty & Judge Ninth National Bank. 

Eau Claire Eau Claire .... Spafford & Clark P. M. Myers & Co. 

Elkhorn Walworth Rockwell & Co Chemical National Bank. 

Fond dn Lac . . . Fond du Lac . . Baker, R. A National Park Bank. 

" ... " . . Ebert & Perry American Exchange National BanK. 

Geneva Walworth . . Richardson, E. D National Bank of the Commonwealth. 

Grand Rapids . . Wood * W orthington, R. C Drexel, Winthrop & Co. 

" .... " Witter, J. D C. & G. Woodman. 

Kilbouni City . . Columbia Bank of Kilboum Bank North America. 

L-incaster Grant Ryland & Holloway National Tnist Co. 

Mauston Juneau Bank of Mauston Chatham National Bank. 

Monitow oc Manitowoc . . . Shove, T. C Central National Bank. 

Muzoinanie Dane Cowdery & Son Ninth National Bank. 

Mineral Point... Iowa Henry, "William T C. & G. Woodman. 

Milwaukee Milwaukee . . .Cand'ee, Ambler & Co, . .Drexel, Winthrop & Co. 

" " ... Houghton, McCord & CoHowes & Macv, & Continental N. B. 

" " ... Hatch & Co., C. J Farmer, Hal di & Co. 

" " ... Marshall & Ilsley National Bank of North America. 

" " • . . Von Baumbach & Co., M.Central National Bank. 

New Lisbon Jcneau Bank of New Lisbon Ninth National Bank. 

Platteville Grant Hodges & McCam Ninth National Bank. 

Portage Columbia Columbia County Bank . . National Bank North America. 

Port Wash'gton. Ozaukee Vail, James W Importers <fc Tmders' National Bank. 

Prcscott Bierce Miller A: WcBtfall National 1 ark lank. 

I'rairio du ChienCrawford Seley's Exchange Bank. .Importers <k Traders' National Bank. 

Rcedsburg Sauk Mackey, Rudd & Co Verniilvea <fe Co, 

Racine Racine Northrop & Co., B. B. . .Opdvke <k Co., George. 

Ripon Fond du Lac. .Bowen & Wheeler N. li. N. Am. ; Imp. <fe Trad. Nat. Bk. 

Sheboygan Lafayette Gennan Bank Fourth Nat. Bk., & Fisk <fe Hatcu. 

'• " .. .Thayer, J. O Ninth National Bank. 



"Wijoining Tcr. — Canada — N. Brunswick — Vancouver's Island. 81 

Location. County. Name of Bdnker. Kew York Corre»pondent$. 

Sparta Monroe Thayor <fe Co., M. A National Trust Co. 

Stevens Point. . . Portage Hungertord <fe Bro., G. W.C. & G. Woodman, ; B. of N. Am. 

" ... •' H. B. McCulloch National Bank North Am. 

Superior City . . .Douglas Anderson, Jr., E. W William B. Scott & Co. 

I'rempeleau Trempeleau. . .Trempeleau Co. Bank. . . 

Wuukesha Waukesha. . . .T;^'ler & Co., 0. M First National Bank. 

NVaupaoca Waupacca Mead & Co., H. C First National Bank. 

u iiiiMiii Niarathoii Famlmm, .1. A C. <fc (J. Woodman. 

Wat< ttown letlerson Bank of Watertown American Exchange National Bank. 

\V es; liend Washington . . . Bank of West Bend Mechanics' National Bank. 

W^yauwega Waupacca Balch, A. V First National Bank. 

Wyoming^ (late Dakota) Territory. 

Cheyenne Rogers &, Co Fourth Nat. Bank, and L. Konntze. 

'" Wilson, Posey S Ocean Bank, and L. Kountze. 

Laramie City H. J. Rogers & Co Fourth National Bank. 

Cana<la. 

Brockvillc Harding, T. J. B Day & Morse. 

Chatham W. E. Gardiner First National Bank. 

" Gardiner^ S. J First National Bank. 

Clifton Welland Dyer & Co., M. R Jay Cooke & Co. 

HamiUon WentwortL. . .McKeand, Arch'd Henrj- Clews «fe Co. 

" Jones, C. T. & Co National Park Bank. 

" Stinson, James Winslow Lanier & Co. 

" Wilson, J. N Henry Clews & Co. 

" Tavlor & Minty Duncan, Sherman «fe'Co. 

Kingston Frontenac Folger Brothers Ocean National Bank. 

" Jones, Evan Roger, Bamber & Co. 

" '' Clark, J. C Arthur & Co., G. D. 

liOndon Middlesex Joseph JetFrey Jay Cooke & Co. 

" " ....Clarke, F. S Jay Cooke & Co. ; Henry Clews & Co. 

" " Taylor, Henry Jay Cooke & Co. 

Montreal Montreal Browne, P. D N.B. St.N.Y.; Garth, Fisher & Hardy. 

" " Burnett & Thompson. ...Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

" " ....Bond, Brothers Drake Bros. 

*' " ....Irish, C.T Arthur & Co., G. D. 

" " ....Goodhugh & Co., W. S.Day & Morse. 

" Lafond&Co First National Bank. 

" Milne, John & Co Howes & Macy. 

" Pouppart & Beandry First National Bank. 

" Nichols, Robinson & Co . Morrison, E. 

" • . . L. Marchand & Son 

" Meeker, C.J Hoyt& Gardner, and Drake Brotheu. 

Momsburgh .... " . . . .Dardis, Thomas Vermilye & Co. ; First Nat Lank. 

( )il Snrings Helmer, Bowen & Co Howes & Macy. 

I'oti rboro Menzies, Thomas Henry Clews & Co. 

r«trolia. Lambton Elwood <feCo., S. D 

Q'i*^^*'ec R, H. Wurtele Duncan, Sherman *fe Co. 

Sincoe Ontario Donly, A. J Day & Morse. 

St. Catharine Lincoln Haynes, D. Curtis National Park Bank ; Jay Cooke <fc Co 

Strathroy Ontario Johnston, A Ashworth, Caldwell. 

Toronto " Browne, Phillip & Co . . .Ashworth, Caldwell. 

'' " Campbell & Cfassels Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

" " Morse, Horace J. & Co.. Day & Morse. 

*' •' Forbes & King National Park Bank. 

., " Phipps, W. B Duncan, Sherman & Co. ; Howes & 

^. " W. Paterson & Co C. Ashworth. [Macy. 

Windsor " McGregor &Bro George D. Arthur & Co. 

• Xew^ Brunsirick. 

^*- Jo^ George Philps Trevor & Colgate ; H. Clews & Co. 

Vancouver's Island. 

Victori* Bank of British Columbia. (Agency) B. Bell, 

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Second Edition. 



BANKERS AND BROKEES OF NEW YORK CITY. 
March, 1870. 

Those marled 1 are members of the Stock Exchange. 
" 2 " of tlie Gold Exchange. 

" 3 " of the Gold Exchange and Stoclc Exchange. 

Those with a * are Note and Loan Brokers. 
The cards of Banlcers in small'capitals may he found in this tiolume. 
t'or list of Drawers of Foreign Bills, see page 128. 

Errors and omissions in this list slioiild be reported immediately to the publisher, for 
correction in the Third Edition, to be issued in a few weeks. 



Adams, John Q., 66 Cedar. 
1 Adams, Thomas, 34 New. 

1 Aitken, Henry, 50 Wall. 

2 Akers, Thomas P. 

1 Aldrieh & Pinney, 115 Broadway. 
Alexander & Co., J. B., 19 Nassau. 

2 Alexander, J. B.. 19 Nassau. 
1 Alexander, H. E. , 7 New. 

1 Alexander, L. D., 19 Nassau.' 
1 Allardice, Charles, 24 Pine. 
Allen & Co., 30 Broad. 

1 Allen, Charles C, 30 Broad. 

2 AUen, Henry. 

2 Allen, Henry S., 30 Broad. 

1 Alley, George Bolton, 15 Broad. 

1 Altman, A., 11 Broad. 

2 Amend, Adolph, 43 Exchange Place. 
1 Ames, Theodore, 12 Wall. 

1 Ainory, John M., 17 Wall 

Amy & Co., H., 21 Nassau. 

An(Jerson <fe Co., J. C, 24 New. 
1 Anderson, R. S., 4 Broad. 
1 Angel, A. H., 9 Broad. 
1 f Anthes, W. 

1 Anthony, Mark. 

Armour, P. J. & A., 149 Pearl. 

2 Armour, A. W., 149 Pearl. 
Arthur & Co., George D., 34 Wall. 

2 Arthur, George D., 34 Wall. 

2 Arthur, Henry, 56 Exchange Place. 

2 Arthur, E. G., 34 W^all. 

Ashley, Wetherbee & Watson, 52 Ex. PI. 
1 Ashley, O. D., 52 Exchange Place. 

3 Ashworth, C. 7 New. 

1 Atterbury, John C, 48 Broad. 

1 Aub, Albert, 45 Exchange Place. 

1 Aafernian, August, 66 Exchange Place. 

1 Auferman, William, 66 Exchange Place. 

1 Austen, James. 

1 Austen, John G. 

1 Austin, S. F., 14 Broad. 

. Babcock, Bro. & Co., 37 William. 

1 Bach, James B., 11 Broad. 

B icon, Brothers & Starr, 26 Broad. 
Baile, Robert, 27 Wall. 

2 Biile, Samuel, 27 Wall. 

Bailey, Buckingham & Co., 5 Broad. 

1 Bailey, C. P., 86 Exchange Plae«. 

2 Bailey, John, 5 Broad. 



Baker James, 11 Broad. 
3 Baker, Cyrus ()., 15 Wall. 
Baker &'Kitchcn, 15 Wall. 

1 Baker, F. 

2 Baker, F. T., 15 New. 
Baker & Graef, 15 New. 

Baldwin & Co., Austin, 70 Brondwav. 
Baldwin & Weeks, 29 Wall. 

2 Baldwin, J. Simeon, 29 Wall. 

1 Baldwin, J. Simeon, Jr., 29 Wall. 

3 Baldwin, T. Burnet, 1 Nassau. 

1 Ball, David A., 70 Broadway. 
Ballin & Sander, 24 Exchange Place. 

2 Ballin, E. S., 24 Exchange Place. 
Baltzer & Tajicks, 50 Exchange Place. 

1 Barlow, George, 26 Broad. 

1 Barnett, Asher, 19 New. 

2 Barret, Alexander, 78 Broadway. 
1 Barstow, Andrew, 32 W'all. 

Barstow & Co., A., 30 Wall. 
1 Biirtlott, A. W. 

Barton & Allen, 40 Broad. 
1 Barton, Samuel, 40 Broad. 
1 Bartow, Charles, 29 Broad. 

Bassett & Co., 13 Broad. 
1 Bates, J. T.. 27 Wall. 
1 Bayley, J. R. 

Buvlis & Co., Abm. B., 17 William. 
1 Biiylis, Abm. B., 17 William. 
1 Baylis, Abm. B.. Jr., 17 William. 

1 Beadleston, W^. H., 50 Exchange Place. 

2 Bee, George W\, 25 William. 

2 Beebee, Charles, 53 New. 
1 Beebee & Co., 43 New. 

1 Beebee, H. F., 43 New. 

Beebee & Pinchbeck, 53 New. 

3 Beebee, George W., 43 New. 

1 Beebee, George W^., Jr., 43 New. 

2 Beebee, S. J., Jr., 48 Broad. 

1 Beebee, Humphrey, 78 Broadway. 

2 Beecher, Henry C!. 18 Broad. 
Beekman, Bro. & Hollins, 4 Broad. 

1 Beekman, James II., 4 Braoad. 

1 Beekman, Wm. B., 4 Bro4 d. 
Beldeu & Co., William, 42 Broad. 

2 Belknap, Jr., Thomas,. 24 Broad. 
Bell, Paris & Co., 17 New. 

Bell & Smithers (agents), 61 Wall. 

2 Bell, Richard, 32 Pine. 

3 Bdinont <fc Co., August, 50 Wall. 



Bankers and Brokers in Neio York. 



83 



3 l^cml, Georirc II., 39 New. 
1 IkMid, Willuim B., 32 Wall. 

1 Huiifdict. Coleiimn, 24 Broad. 
3 Bonedict, E. C, 24 New. 

3 Benedict, H.M., Tres. Gold Ex., 68 B'way 

2 BetU'dift, JiiJiies H,, 8 Broud. 
2 Bonedict, J. Henry, 24 New. 

Bciijiunin «fc Dickinson, 23 William. 
1 lienjumin, John, 33 Willium. 
1 Berdell, Theodore, ^ New. 

1 l^rnheimer, II., ;')2 Exchange Place. 

2 Betts, C. W., 4 Bn.j.d. 

1 Biimchi, John. 11 Wall. 

3 Bicdornuin, E. II., .')2 Exchange Place. 

1 Biekley, 11. W., 3 Nassau. 
Birch * Co., James T., 30 Broad. 

2 Birch, JuineH T., 3o Broud. 
2 Bird, Howard, ">1 New. 

1 Bird, Thomas 11. 

2 Bird, William, 51 New. 
1 Bishop, 11. W. 

1 Bishop, W. F., 94 Broadway. 
Blake Brothers & Co., 52 Wall. 

2 BUUce, Stanton, 52 Wall. 
Blake & Co., 40 Pine. 

1 Blake, S. C. 40 Pine. 

2 Blanchard, Wni., 2". William. 

2 Blundv, (irahain. 2 Nassau. 

1 Blatchford, J. W., 53 Exchange Place. 
Block «fe Palmer, 3 Broad. 
Bloodgood & Co., John, 22 William. 

3 Bloodgwd. John, 22 William. 
1 Blood, S. L., 26 Broad. 

1 l^^ell, F. W.. Jr., 25 Broad. 

* Bogart <fe Co., Orlando M., 3 Nassau. 

1 Bogeit, Eugene T., 14 Wall. 

1 Bogert, Seba M., 26 Broad. 
Bogert & White, 48 Pine. 
B<:)!les «fc Co., 57 Exchan<re Place. 

3 Bolles, Richard D., 6 Wall. 

2 Bond, Geo. W., 8 Wall. 
Bonner & Co., G. T., 20 Broad. 

1 Bonner, Edward II., 20 Broad. 
1 Bonner, George T., 20 Broad. 

3 B<'nner, Jolin, 22 Broad. 
Bonner & Co., Jolin, 22 Broad. 

1 BooDY, D. A., 12 Wall. 

1 Bostwick, H. A.. 11 Wall. 

1 Post wick. Silas B., 40 Exchange Place. 

1 Boudin, T. H., 22 Broad. 

1 Pk)uvier, John V., 26 Broad. 

1 Bouvier, M. C, 26 Broad. 

Ik)uvier tfe Co., J. V., 26 Broad. 
1 Bowen, Henry A., 19 Broad. 

1 Bowdoin, G. h., Jauncev Court. 
Bowles, Brothers <fe Co., 19 William. 

2 Bowne, Robert 8. 

1 BowroiK W. A., 26 New. 

3 B<iyd, Jiimes, 3o Broad. 

1 lio'vd, James M., 30 Broad. 

Bnuifurd & Stanton, 22 William. 
1 Bradford, B. W., 22 William. 

1 Bradford, N. G., Jr., 22 William. 

2 Bn^gaw, E. T. 

Braine & Co., Theo<lorc, 7 Broad. 
'^ Braine, Theodore, 7 Broad. 

Brandon & Co., Edward, 19 Broad. 

Brandon, J. 

Brennan, John, 24 Broad. 

Bright, Gunnison & Co., 64 Broadway. 



2 Brockelman, J. R. 
1 Brodhead, Ed. C. 

1 Brodhead, Geo. II., Soo. Stock Exchange; 
1 Brodhead, Dewitt, 1 Nassau. 

Brown Brothers «fe Co., 61 Wall. 
1 Brown, Geo. & Samud, 11 Wall. 
1 Brown, (ieorgc L., 11 Wall. 
1 Brown, Samuel D., 11 Wall. 

Brown & Co., James, 54 Exchange PI. 

Brown, Aug. J., <^' Sons, 72 Broadway. 

3 Brown, James, 54 Exchange Place. 
1 Brown, J. W. 

3 Brown, Lewis M^^SO Broad. 

1 Brown, Tliomas E., 49 Exchange Place. 

2 Brown, W. Harmon, 22 Exchange Place. 
1 Brown, J. Cady, 3(i Broad. 

Browne & Co. ,34 Wall. 
1 Browne, George, Jr., 34 Wall. 

Brownell & Brc, J. L.j 28 Broad. 
1 Brownell, J. L., 'j8 Broad. 
1 Brownell, C. A., 28 Broad. 
1 Bruce, Langley. 

BrunUage & Co.. W. M., 62 Broadway. 
1 Brundage, W. Al., 62 Broadway. 
1 Bruns, Phil., 51 New. 
1 Brush, J. Theodore, 17 William. 

Bryan, Watts & Co., 43 Broad. 

Buckin.rhum & Brown, 6 Wall. 
1 Buckingham, G., Jr., 11 Wall. 

Budge, SchifFife Co., 33Exch. Place. 

3 Budge, Henrv, 38 Exchange Place. 
Bulkley tfe Co., E. H., 38 Broad. 

3 Bulkier, Edward H., 30 Broad. 
1 Bull, T^iUiam L., 2 Broad. 
1 Bunce, J. F., lu Wall. 
Bunge, Burlage & Co., 45 Exch. Place. 

1 Burdett, Jesse B., 19 New. 
Burdick & H urris, 52 Broad. 

2 Burgoyne, W. K, 46 Broad. 

2 Bums, James J., 43 New. 

3 Bums, Walter H., 30 Broad. 
1 Burr, J. M., 28 Broad. 

1 Burral, F. A. 

Burrows & Williams, 48 Broad. 
3 Bussing, John S., 27 W; 11. 

Bussinger & Co., Isaac M., 40 Broad. 
3 Bussinger, Isasic M., 40 Broad. 
1 Butler, Richard R. 25 Broad. 
1 Butler, Edward, 38 Wall. 
1 Buttrick, C. A., 5 Nassau. 



1 Cahn, Leopold, 31 Nassau. 

1 Cahoone, Stephen, Jr., 16 Nassau. 

Cahoone & Co., A. M., 30 Broad. 
1 Cahoone, Andrew M., 3't Broad. 

CaldweU & Co., 27 Wall. 
3 Caldwell, Milton, 27 Wall. 
3 Camblos, Henry S., 24 New. 

1 Camblns, W. P., Philadelphia. 

2 Cammack, George, 34 Broad. 
Ci.mmann & Co., 8 Wall. 

1 Cammann, Oswald, 8 Wall. 

1 Cammann, C. L., 8 Wall. 

1 Campbell, Alexander, 56 Wall. 

3 Campbell, John, 7 Broad. 

1 CampbeU, Henry G., 61 Wall. 

1 Campbell, James, 23 Wall. 

2 Campbell, Samuel, 27 William. 
Capron & Strong, 27 New. 



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. Capron, E. J., 20 New. 
1 Carey, Henry T., 35 Broad. 
1 Carpender, J. X., 21 Nassau. 
1 Carpender, William, 22 Nassau. 
1 Carpenter, E. O., 47 Wall. 
1 Carpenter, Ed. P., 38 Wall 
1 Carpenter, George. 

1 Carr, S. D., 26 inroad. 

Cai] enter & RicharJs, 38 Wall. 
Carroll & Stephens, 18 New. 

2 Carroll, J. F., 18 New. 
1 Carter, H. C. 

Carver & Co., 7 Broad. 
1 Carver, E. F., 7 Broad. 

1 C r\-, Joseph C, 6 Wall. 

2 Castellanos, A. V., 19 New. 
1 Chamberlain, E., 15 Wall. 

'2 Ch.ndler. H. K., 11 W^i.11. . 
Chapin, Bowen & Day, 17 Broad. 

3 Chapin, E. S., 17 Broad. 
Chapman & Co., 7 Wall. 

§ Chapman, Henry G., 56 WalL 
1 Chapmin, Henry P., 7 Wall. 
Cha.se & Higginson, 6 Broad. 
1 Chase, E. E,, 6 Broad. 

1 Chase, Leslie, 17 Broad. 

2 Chiek, Joseph S., 6 Wall. 

2 Christmas, Charles H. 54 Wall. 
2 Circle, S. G., 18 New. 

Cisco & Son, John J., 59 WaU. 

Clark, Dodge & Co, 51 WalL 
1 Clark, A. S., 9 New. 
1 Clark, Charles, 29 Wall. 

Clark & Co., George P., 48 Broad. 
] Clark, Henry I., 68 Wall. 
1 Clark, John E., 68 Wall. 
1 Clark, Luther C. 51 Wall. 

Clark son, M. & H., 54 Wall. 

Clark son & Co., 48 Pine. 

1 Clark son, Eugene L., 48 Pine. 

2 Clark son, Montgomery, 54 Wall. 
Clerk e & Butler, 25 Broad. 

1 Clerk e, William B., 25 Br'^ad. 

Clews & Co., Hbney, 32 WalL 
Z Clews, Henry, 32 Wall. 
1 Clinton, De Witt, 4 Broad. 

Closson & Hays, 30 Broad. 
1 Closson, James T., 4 Broad. 

Cobb & Co., F. D., 19 Broad. 
1 Cobb, N. R. 
1 Cobb, F.D., 19 Broad. 

1 Cochran, Eobert, 42 Broad. 

2 Cock croft, J. H. V., 9 Broad. 

1 Cockey, S. T., 18 WaU. 
Cockey & Bro., John, 18 WalL 
Cocks & Bishop, 26 Broad. 

2 Cohen, Daniel, 17 New. 

2 Cohen, Herman, 4.'> Exchange Place. 
1 Colby, Robert, 47 WaU. 
1 Colbron, W. T., 46 Broad. 

Cole & Rutter, 42 Pme. 
1 Cole, Albert, 42 Pine. 

Colemiin, Sainton & Hibb ird, 15 New. 

Colgate & Gibson, 45 WalL 

1 Colgate, Josiah S., 47 WalL 
8 Colgate, James B., 47 WalL 

2 Colquitt, John H., 15 New. 
1 ColviU, Alfred, 50 WalL 

I Combs, A. H., 5 WaU. 
\ Comstock, F. 8., 13 Broad. 



Connor, E. S., 67 Exchange Plr.c?. 

Content, Noah, 19 Broad. ' 

Cook, Richard K., 66 Exch. Place. 

Cooke & Co., Jay, 20 WaU. 

Cooke, D. B., 12 WalL 

Cooper, J. J., 68 W:dL 

Cooper, W^illiam, 5 Broad. 

Copeland, G., 38 Pine. 

Coray, E. A., 26 Broad. 

Corbin & Co., Austin, 170 Broadway. 

Corlies, John W., & Co., 57 Broadway. 

CorUes, A. W. 

Com, A. M., 66 Exchangre Place. 

Com & Auferman, 66 Exch. Place. 

Come & ^tanton, 25 Broad. 

Come, W. F., 25 Broad. 

ComeU, Richard M., 49 WaU. 

Coming, Edwin, 68 WiJl. 

CornwcU iV: Son, R. P., 56 Broad. 

Comwell, R. P. 

Courtney, Robert, 35 WaU. 

Cox, J. S. 

Cox, Kenyon, 31 WaU. 

Cox, Theodore, 44 Exehimge Place. 

Cox, Townsend, 51 Exchange Place. 

Crane & Co., A. G., 21 WaU. 

Crane, A. G., 21 WaU. 

Craven, J., 35 WalL 

Criss & Co., 5 New. 

Criss, Michael, 5 New. 

Crommehn, R. 0., 5 WaU. 

Cronise, J. S., 24 Nassau. 

Cross, E. H., 24 Broad. 

Cross, John, 22 Exchange Place. 

Cross, WUliam, 67 Exch nge Place. 

Cross, Henry C, 22 Broad. 

Cross, Jam«^ H., 67 Exchange Place. 

Cummings, C. C. 

Cummings, C. P., 8 WalL 

Cummini:s, George F., 9 Broad. 

Cunningham & Bro., J. W., 50 Broad. 

Cunningham, J. W., 50 Broad. 

Curphey, James, 1 5 WalL 

Currie & Martin, 26 Broad. 

Currie, C. P., 26 Broad. 

Curtis, S. J., 19 New. 

Cushman & Hurlbut, 54 WfU. 

Cushman, James S., 54 WalL 

Cutler, Otis N., 7 Broad. 

Cutting & Co., R. L., Jr., 19 WiUiam. 

Cutting, James D. W. 19 WiUiam. 

Cutlin-, R. L., ID William. 

Cutting, R. L., Jr., 19 WilUam. 

Dabney, Morgan & Co., 53 Exch. Place. 

Dakin & GUlespy, 30 Broad. 

Dakin, G. W. B., l'6 New. 

DaUid, R. C, 14 WiiU. 

Dater, Henry, 48 Broad. 

Dater, Hiram R., 26 Broad. 

Dater & Timpson, 26 Br^ad. 

Dauchy, John J. 

Davenport, C. F., 67 E.xchnm e Place. 

Davidson <fe Jones, 61 WaU. ^ 

Davis, Ansley S., 15 New. 

Davis & Co., Isaac O., 7 New. 

Davis, .J. WiUianis, 40 Broad. 

Davis, Isaac 0., 7 New. 

Davis, .lohu n.. 17 WalL 

Davis, Samuel D.j37 WiUiam. 

Day & Morse, 14 WaU. 



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1 T)iy, Charles^., 2' New. 

1 Day, Cluren e n., 7 New. 
3 Day, Heurv, 7 New. 

Dean, McGinniss & Co., 4 Broad. 

2 Deas, Z. C. 41 Bn.ad. 

2 De Billier, F., 15 New. 

De Coinoau, U. & A., 51 New. 

3 De Ooppet, Frederick, 44 Exc'luim;e PL 

1 De Coppct, II. , 18 New. 

De Coppot & Tiers, 44 Exch. Place. 

2 De Forest, A. H., 19 Wall. 
2 De F.-rest, B. L., 33 Wall. 

2 De Grove, Q. C, 38 Hroad. 

8 De Jonjfc «fe Co., 92 Broadway. 
w De Jonjfc, Isidore, 92 Broadway. 

3 De Jonfre, S. 92 liroadwav. 
Delatield & Fitch, 27 Wall 

1 Delatield. .Ir., Ed., 27 Wall 

1 Denike, Theodore. 

1 Denison, II. A,, 86 Broad. 

Deiinistoun, Westfeldt «fc Co., 22 Ex. PI. 

Detiuv & Co., Thorn IS, 39 Wall. 
8 Denny, John T., 39 Wall. 
1 Dennv, Thomas, 39 Wall 
1 Dennv, Thomas, Jr., 39 Wall 

1 Densfow, E. II., 12 Wall. 
De Rhiim & Co., 69 William. 
Dcrkheim, Cox & Kenncvs, 51 Ex. PI. 

2 Dcrkheim, Franz, 51 Excli;in<re Place. 
De Rouge & Dyett, 20 Br .ad. 

1 De Rouge, Louis, 20 Broad. 

2 Dessau, N., 19 New. 

De Vis^e •, Simon, 26 Exch. Place. 

Dibble «fe Camblos, 22 New. 
1 Dibble, Edward D., 24 New. 

Dibblee & Howard, 12 Wall. 
1 Dibblee, W. W., 12 Wall. 
1 Dickinson, George F., 23 William. 

3 Dickinson, Piatt K., 25 Broud. 
1 Dickinson, H. C. 

1 Dickerm in, W. B., 17 Wall 
1 Dike, William H., 8 Broad. 

Dimock, M>e*rs & Co., 26 Pine. 
S Dimock, A." Vaughan, 26 Pine. 
3 D.mock, A. W. 
3 Dodge, Edward, 20 Wall. 
1 Dodge, Harry E., 51 Wall 

D .d.'.', Kimball & Moore, 14 WaU. 

Dole & Co., 68 Broadway. 

Domett & Nichols, 10 T^all. 
1 Domett, Henry W., 1 Nissau. 
1 Dominick, W. G., 17 Wall. 
1 Dorman, R., 17 W;.ll. 

Dornin «fe Boocock, 34 Broad. 
1 Dornin, Oscar G., 48 Broad. 
1 Dortic, H. T. 

3 Dotger, Andrew J._5l4 New. 
1 Doubledav, U., 27 Wall 
1 Dougherty, George W., 11 Wall 
8 Doughty, W. S., 53 Exch. Place. 

Drake Brothers, 16 Broad. 
8 Drake, A. A., 16 Broad. 

1 Drake, James M., 16 Broad. 

2 Drake, Wm. F., 16 Broad. 
1 Drake, E. A., 16 Broad. 

1 Drake, Simeon J., 11 W«ll. 
Drxxsl, Wikthbop «fe Co., 18 WaU. 

2 Drexel, AnUionv J., 18 Wall. 
1 Dnunmond, J. L, 12 Wall. 



1 Duer, Deiming, 54 William. 

2 Dufais, F. F. 

Dutr, Tiininerman & Co., 11 WalL 

3 Dutr, William H., 15 Wall. 
Dulnian & Schartr, 43 Exch. Place. 
Duncan, Shkkman & Co., 11 Nassau. 

2 Duncan, Win. Butler, 11 Nassau. 

2 Dunham, Ileber, 50 Wall. 
Durand <fe Earle, 29 Broad. 

1 Durand, Harvey, 4 I>road. 
1 Durkee, Harrison, 52 Broad. 

Dwi/ht & Co., Ciiarles, 85 Pine. 
1 Dvett, A. H., 20 Broad. 
1 D*yett, A. 

Dzondi, Springer & Co., 21 Broad. 
1 Dzondi, E., 53 Exchan;re Place. 

Eakiii, Thomas, 33 Nassau. 

1 Fames, F. L„ 30 Broad. 

E imc's & Moore, 8o Broad. 

3 Earie, William M^ 29 Broad. 

2 Earle, Henry, 51 Exchan'^e Place. 
2 Eariishaw, J. W. S., 18 New. 

2 Eastmond, J. E., 36 New. 

3 Edwards, K. L., 19 New. 
2 Elwanls, J. B., 7 New. 

2 Eells, Richard, 38 Broad. 

1 Egleston, Wm. C, 11 Broad. 
Egleston & Smith, 11 Broad. 
1 EUery, William P., 30 Broad. 
1 Elliott, R. S., 24 Broad. 

3 Ellis, James M., 15 Broad. 

3 Ely, George W., 42 Exeliansre Place. 

1 Emerson, John R., 40 Broad. 

3 Enos, H. K., 11 WalL 

1 Entz, F. S. 

1 Este, Wm. M., 46 Broad. 

1 Evans, Cadwalader, 5 Broad. 

Ewell & Co., J. N., 19 Broad. 
3 Ewell, J. Newton, 13 Broad. 

1 Faircliild, J. E. 

3 Fa rbaim, R. M., 9 New. 

Fairbaim & Gatenby, 9 New. 

Fanshawe & Milliken, 3 Nassau, 
3 Fanshawe, George A., 3 Nassau. 

1 Fanshawe, W. S., 8 WalL 

2 Paris, Henry L., 21 New. 
Fariee & Titus, 40 WalL 

2 Fariee, G. W., 40 Wi.ll. 
2 Farr, William B., 30 Broad. 
1 Famham, George, 48 P.ne. 

Farnhuni, Gilbert & Co., 5'.> Leonard. 

Faxon & Orrasbee, 19 Broad. 

1 Fearing & Campbell, 7 Broad. 

2 Fearinir, E. S., 4(.> Bro id. 

3 Fearing, Geo. R., 7 Broad. 
3 Fearing, H. S., 7 Broad. 

1 Fearing, C. F., 51 Exchan<re Place. 

1 Fellowes, Jr., C, 29 William. 

2 Kellowe-*, C, 29 Willi .m. 

1 Fellowes & Co., 29 William. 

Ferris & Brother, A. M., 57 Exch. Plaoc. 
1 Ferris, A. M., 57 Exchan^^e Place. 

3 Ferris, Henry, 57 Exchnnie Place. 
1 Ferris, Warren, 57 Exchange Plaoa 
1 Ferris, Francis. 

1 Ferry, T. S., 15 New. 
1 Field, Ely G. 
1 Finck, Eugene. 



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2 Finci:e, Charles L., 50 Exch. Place. 
1 Findlay, Andrew, Jr., 62 Wall. 

3 Fislier* Lewis J., 30 Broad. 
3 Fisher, John 11. , 1 9 New. 

Fisk & Hatcli, 5 Nassau. 
1 Fisk, Daniel C, 4 Broad. 
1 Fisk, John A., 4 Broad. 

Fitch & Bowen, 19 Broad. 
1 Fitch, William, 27 Wall. 

Fitzhugh & Jenkins, 40 Broad. 
1 Fleming, K. L., 44 Broad. 
1 Fleutet, M., 22 Broad. 
1 Florence, L. G., 30 Broad. 
3 Foote, Randall H., 57 Exch. Place. 
3 Foote, Charles B., 12 Wall. 
1 Forrester, P., 66 Exchanue Place. 
1 Forshay, D. F. S. 

1 Foster,* A. S., 25 Nassau. 

2 Foster, William, Jr., 67 Exch. Place. 
1 Foster, E. D., 5 Wall. 

Fowler. Osg )od & Co., 35 Broad. 
1 Fowler, H. J., 29 Broad. 

1 Frank, Morris, 17 New. 
Frank &Gans, 14 WaU. 

2 Frank, AL-x., 49 EKcliange Place. 
1 Frank, E. L., 14 Wall. 

Fkank & Brother, Albert, 17 Broad. 

3 Frank, Albert, 17 Broad. 
1 Frunk, Lewis J., 17 New. 

Freeman, Petty & Bond, 5 Wall. 
1 French, William, 15 Broad. 
3 Friend, H., 21 Broad. 

Friedman & Salomon, 21 Broad. 
1 Friedman, Adolph, 21 Broad. 

Friend & Kosenbaum, 53 Exch. Place. 
1 Fronk, E. C. 
1 Frv, H. B.. 12 Wall. 
1 FrVer & Fleutet, 22 Broad. 

Fuller, Treat & Cox. 17 William. 
1 Fuller, E. J., 17 William. 
3 Fuller, George W., 8 Wall. 

1 Fuller, J. M., 8 Wall. 

2 Fuller, H. C, 67 Exchange Place. 

* Gullaudet, Peter W., 5 Wall. 
Gahvev, Hunter & Co., 33 Broad. 

2 GalweV, William 'Lj 33 Broad. 

3 Gun^, Alolph, 14 Wall. 

1 Garland, John K., 40 Broad. 

3 Garlichs, Charles, 47 E.xcUange Place. 

1 Garrsia, E. B. C, 19 Broad. 

1 Garson, T. E., Jr., 11 New. 

Gay & Co., J. E., 29 Wall. 
1 Gelpecke, Otto, 19 Broad. 

Gelston & Bu.ssiiig, 27 Wall. 

1 Geiston, William J., 27 Wall. 

2 Gcntil, Theodore. 

1 (icrmond, II. S., 36 Broad. 

2 Gerner, Louis, 38 Broad. 
1 George, E. C. 

1 George, J. W., 24 Broad. 

1 Gerrarci, G. L., 4 Broad. 

2 Geslcr, W., 21 Nassau. 

Gibson. Beadleston & Co., 50 Exch. PI. 
8 Gib.Mjii, W. Augustus, .")0 Exchange PI. 

Gibson Brothers, 66 Broadway. 
1 Gi'wn, E. T. II.. Jr., 19 New. 

3 Gitfbrd, Artliur N., 35* Piue. 
8 Gillc^pv, J. W., 26 New. 



Gillev & Gennond, 36 Broad. 

1 Gilley, F. W., Jr., 36 Broad. 
Gilliian & Co., 52 Exchange Place. 
Gihnan, Son & Co., 47 Exchange Place. 

2 Gil man, Theodore, 47 Exchange Place. 

1 Gihnan, Thomas P.. 47 Exchange Tlice. 

1 Gimbernat, C, 30 Wall. 

Ginter, Colquit & Co., 70 Broadway. 
Glendinning, Davis & Amory, 17 Wall 
Godet & Co., lienrv T., 21 New. 
Goettel & Co., A., 61 Broad. 

2 Goldschniidt, John, 36 Exchange Place. 
2 Goldschmidt, Jr. J., 38 Exchange Place. 

1 Goodwin, E. F., 16 Broad. 
Gould. Strong & Co., 26 New. 

2 (lould, E. W., 26 New. 

1 Gould, ir., W. R., 51 Exchange Pit ce. 
1 Gould, Cliarles, 58 Wall. 

Graeie & Haight, 5 New. 
1 Grade, James K., 5 New. 

Graeffe & Co., 42 Exchange Place. 
1 Graham, Charles, 19 New. 

1 Graham, W. Irving, 19 New. 

2 Graham, Tliomas P., 21 Wah. 
1 Grant, J. IL, 31 Wall. 

1 Grant, R. S., 31 Wall. 

3 Grant, James, 7 New. 

1 Graves, Henrv, 8") Cedar. 

Gray & Co., H. W., 24 Broad. 
3 Green, George T., 26 Broad. 

Greenebaum Brotlieis & Co.,214BVav 

Greenleaf, Norris & Co., 66 Exch. Pl. 
3 Greenleaf, A. W., 66 Exchange Place. 
3 Greenleat, E. B., New & Exchange PI. 
1 Gregory, Charles, 64 Broadway. 
3 Greve, Chris., 43 Exchange Place. 
1 Grinnell, George B., 36 Broad. 
3 Grinnell, Tliomas P., 15 Broad. 

Grinnell & Nevtrs, 15 Broad. 
3 Grinnell, AVillJam F., 15 Broad. 

Groesbeck & Co., David, 30 Broad. 
1 Groesbeck, C. E. . , 

1 Groot, C. S., 16 Wall. 

1 Grymes, C. A., 51 Exchanire Place. 
Guest, William A., 23 Wall. 

2 Guttman, David, 17 Broad. 

1 Gurnee, Walter S,, Jr., 24 William. 
Gwynne & Day, 7 New. 

3 Gwynne, John A., 7 New. 

2 Gwvnne, William, 7 New. 

2 Gwvnne, Thos. J., 15 Wall. 



Hagen & Billing. 1 Wall. 
2 Hajren, Julius H., 1 Wall. 
2 Hahn, William, 48 Exchange Place. 
1 Haitrlit, Edward, Jr., 5 New. 

Haitrlit, G. L. & L., 1 New. 
1 Haiirht, G. L., 1 New. 

Hale & Burr, 28 Broad. 
1 Hale, Seth W., 28 Broad. 

Hall & Yountr, 1}) New. 
1 Hall, Basil, 19 New. 

1 Hall, R. B.,17 Broad. 

2 Hallet, Jacob G., Gold Room. 
Halltrarten & Co., '28 Broad. 

8 Hallgartcn, Charles L., 28 Broad 

3 Hallgarten, Julius, '.^8 Broad. 
2 Ilallock, Lewis S., 36 Broad. 



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1 Ilmnilton, ^I. K.. Jr., 67 Exchange PI. 

1 Humiltoii, W., 31 Now. 

1 Ilainilton, Wrn. 11., 42 Broad. 

Hamilton Brothers, 31 New. 
1 Huiuilton, C. II., 48 Exehanffc Rlace. 
1 Iluniinonil. James E., 3.') Wall. 
1 Hanks, Edwin .F,, 61 Hnnulway. 
1 Hard, Samuel H., 66 Exchan<'e Place. 
8 Hardv, H. C, 4 Wall. 

Hardy & Son, H. C , 4 Wall. 
1 Harned, S. W.. 34 Broadway. 

Harney <fe Skarles, 24 Broad. 
8 Harney, V. H., 24 Broad. 

Harriot, Parker <fe Co., 10 New. 
8 Harriot, Samuel J., 19 New. 
1 Harris, Charles* H., 62 Broadway. 

1 Harris. Charles M., 22 Broal. 

2 H'lri, lionjamin, 67 Exchange Place. 
Hart «fc H ill, 19 New. 

1 Hart, E. li., 23 William. 

Hartshoriio & Bro., J. M., .'>5 Exch. PI. 
1 Hartshorne, .Fumes M., 57 Exchange PI. 

1 Hartshorne, Richard B., 57 Exchange PI. 

2 Harvier, C, 49 Evohonec Place. 
Ha-ssler Charles W., 27 Wall. 

3 Hatch, kutus, 17 Broaid. 

1 Hatch, Albert J 17 Brond. 

Hatch & Sox, Walter T., 34 Wall, 
a Hatdi, W. T., 34 Wall. 
1 Hutch, Nathaniel W. T.. 34 Wall, 

Hatch & Foote, 12 Wall. 
1 Hatch, D. B., 12 Wall. 
8 Hatch, A. S., 5 Nassau. 
3 Haven, George G., 17 Wall. 

Haven & Co., (i. G., 17 Wall. 

1 Haviland. D. E., 48 Exchauire Place. 

2 Hawlev, E. Judson, nO Wall. 
Hawley, E. J. & D. E., .50 W^all. 

1 Hawthonie, A. C. E., 35 Broad. 

Hayden. Peter, 24 Nassau. 
1 Hav, Silas C, 7 New. 
1 Havs, Dewitt C, 11 Wall. 

Hays & Tompkins, 11 Wall. 
1 Hav!*, Jacob, 2d, 4 Broad. 
1 Havs, Jacob, 11 Wall, 

Havs & Co., D. C, 10 Broad. 
1 Havs, WiUiatn H., 4 Broad. 
1 Hjuen, M. F., 19 Broad. 

Head, Bradford & Co., 37 Broad. 
1 Head, Joseph A., 9 New. 

Heath & Lainvr, .56 Exchange Place. 

3 Heath, William, 15 Broad. 
Hedden, Winchester & Co., 4 Wttll. 

1 Hedden, Robert xM,, 4 Wall. 

Heiser's Sons, H. A., 38 Wall. 
8 Heiser, H. A., Jr.,38Wall. 
1 Heiser, Henry A., 38 Wall. 
1 Heiser, F, S.. 38 Wall. 
8 Heiser, Jr., Henrj- A., 38 Wall. 
1 Hellen, C. Clarence, 19 New. 
1 Heminwttv, A. G., 10 Wall. 

1 Henderson, W. T., 78 Broadway. 

2 Henderson, Charles, 49 Exchange Place 
1 Henop, Louis P., 14 Wall. 

Hennques, A. & W. H., 18 New. 
1 Henriqucs, A., 18 New. 
1 Henriques, William H., 18 New. 
1 Henriques, George. 
S Herbert, Geo. F., 7 Broad. 



2 Herbert, Wra. F., 24 Broad. 
1 Herrick, Marcus A., 22 Bro.id. 
1 Herrick. R. 1'., 7 New. 

1 Herschell, Marx. 

Hewitt & Rveraon, 37 Wall. 

2 Hibbard, E.*C. 

1 Hibbard, S. M., 15 New. 
1 Higgins, Thomas C!., 7 New. 
1 Hitfginson, J, .F., 6 Broad. 
1 Hildreth, Charles A., 4 Bioad. 
1 Hill, Francis F., 5 Broad. 

1 Hilliard, Francis A., 7 New. 

2 Hills, R. A., 15 Broad. 

1 Hinklev, Charles, 44 Broad. 

2 Hoblitzel, W. L. . 

Hodgskin, Randall & Ilobson, 14 Broad. 
2 Hodgskin, James B., 14 Broad. 

1 Holfnuin, L. M., 26 Broad. 

2 Hoffman, diaries F., 12 Exchange PL 
Hogre & Co., William, 40 Wall. 

9, Hoi berg, E. W., 45 Exchange Place. 
1 HoUister, H. H., 8 Broad. 
Homans & Co., E. C, 66 Exchange Fl. 

1 Homans, E. C, 66 Exchange Place. 

2 Hone, John, 48 Exchange Place. 

3 Honig, Henry, 7 Pine. 
1 Hooper, Harry. 

Hopkins &Co., S. W., 69 & 71 Broadway. 
1 Hopkins, Henry. 
3 Hornbostel, E., 67 Exchange Place. 
3 Hornbostel, Fred., 67 Exchange Place. 

Horton & Co., H. L., 22 Broad. 
3 Horton. H. L., 24 Broad. 

Howe & Belden, 52 Wall. 

Howes & Macy, 3o Wall. , 

1 Hoy, R. T., 16 Wall. 

Hovt & Gardner, 5 New. 
1 Hovt, J. J., 19 New. 
1 Hoyt, L. T., 46 Exchange Place. 
3 Hovt, T. A., 5 New. 
1 Huestes, C. H. 

Humbert, Brothers, 18 Wall. 
3 Humbert, E. C, 18 Wall. 
1 Hunter, John H., 33 Broad. 
1 Huntington, L. D., New Eochells. 
1 Huntington, T. P., Wall & William sts. 
3 Huribut, Jr., Henrv A., 54 Wall. 
1 Hussey, E. A., 48 Broad. 

Hutchinson & Bro as, 4 Broad. 

1 Hutchinson, L. B., 4 Broad. 

3 Hutchinson. William J., 40 W^all. 

2 Hutton, B. H., 144 Duane. 

1 Hyman, Henry, 8 Maiden Lane. 

Irvin & Co., Richard, 54 Exchange PI. 

1 Isaacs, Montefiore, 30 Broad. 
Iselin & Co., John A., 56 Wall. 

2 Ivans, Adolph. 

1 Ives, Brayton, 9 Wall. 
Ivins & Co., 24 Nassau. 

1 Jackson, C. W. 

Jackson Brothers, 19 Broad. 

2 Jackson, W. H.. 19 Broad. 

3 Jackson, Fred. Wm., 19 Broad. 

2 Jackson, Eigene J., 66 Exchange Place. 

3 Jacobs, S. R., 1 New. 
Jacquelin & De Coppet, 18 New. 

1 Jacquelio,'John H., 13 New. 



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1 Jagarar, Walter, 26 Broad. 

James & Co., ¥. P., 4;") Wall. 
1 Jumep, Charles A., 1 Nassau. 
1 JamcBon, Smith & Cotting, 16 Wall. 

1 Jameson, Josejjh A., 16 Wall. 
Janssen, Schmidt & Kuperti, 68 Broad. 

2 Jasper, M., Ext'han^e Place. 

2 Jaudon, Charles, 5 New. 
1 Jaudon, F., 19 Broad. 

1 Jenkins, Augustus, 52 Wall. 
1 Jenkins. James E., 40 Broad. 
1 Jenks, F. M., 10 Wall. 

Jesup & Co., Morris K., 12 Pine. 
1 Johnes, C A., 32 Wall. 
1 Johnson, Henry L., 2 New. 

Johnson & Co., H. A., 66 Broadway. 
1 Johnson, H. A., 66 Broadway. 
1 Johnson, John A., 9 Broad. 
1 Johnson, W. H. 
1 Johnson, Davis, 29 William. 

3 Jones, E. Renshaw, 61 Wall. 
1 Jordan, C. N., 5 New. 

I Joseph, Laurens, 4 Broad. 
1 Joseph, S. A., 4 Broad. 

Johnson & Day, 7 New. 

Josephson Brothers, 34 Br^ad. 
1 Josephson, Albert, 34 Broad. 
1 Josephson, Lewis, 34 Broad. 
1 Josephson, M., 30 Broad. 

Joslyn & Co., 0. W., 35 Broad. 
3 Joslyn, O. W., 35 Broad. 
1 Judson, David H., 15 Broad. 
1 Judson, A. M., 24 Nassau. 

Julien & Co., 7 Broad. 
1 Julian, James, 7 Broad. 

Jung & Son, T. C, 4 Broad. 
1 Jung, A. N., 4 Broad. 

Justh & Co., 49 Exchange Place. 
1 Justh, Emil, 49 Exchange Place. 

1 Kahn, James. 

Kamlah, Sauer & Co., 45 Exch. Place. 

2 Kamlah, Herman, 45 Exchange Place. 

1 Kane, R. A., 18 Wall. 

2 Keen, R. L., 17 Wall. 

3 Keene, Samuel S., 2>^ Wall. 
3 Keep, Charles W., 51 New. 

1 KeUogg, Lovid P., 1 Wall. 
Kellogg & f*arker, 1 Wall. 
Kelly & Co., Eugene, 21 Nassau. 

3 Kemeys, Edward, 51 Exchan^re Place. 
Keknedy, Hutchinson & Co., 40 Wall. 

2 Kennedy, George H., 40 Wall. 
Kennedy & Co., H., 29 Broad. 

1 Kennedv, Henry, 29 Broad. 

1 Kent, Theodore S., 48 Broad. 

a Keppler, Rudolph, 49 Exchange Place. 

Ketchum, Phipps & I^>ELKNAP, 24 Bfoad. 

Ketcham & Clark, 68 Wall. 

Kidd, Pierce & Co., 19 Broad. 
1 Kidder, A. M., 4 WaU. 

Kimbidl & Co., C. H., 29 Broad. 
1 Kimball, C. H. 29 Broad. 
1 Kimball, Warren, 3m Inroad. 

3 Kimball, R. J., 14 Wall. 

1 KimbaU, W. C., 30 Broad. 
1 Kimber, Arthur, 8 Wall. 
1 Kimber, Alfred, 8 Wall. 
Kimpton, II. H., 9 Nassau. • 



1 King, Albert, 26 Broad. 

1 King, Edward, 56 Wall. 

2 Kiii^', C. (t., 46 Exclian<?e Place. 
1 Kinir, R. W. 

1 Kinjr, Vincent B., 5 Wall. 

King's Sons, James G., 54 William. 
1 Kipp, Isaac, Jr. 
1 Kirtland, John C, 19 New. 
1 Kirtland, J. L. 

Kissam <& Co., 36 Wall. 
1 Kissam, B. P., 36 Wall. 

3 Kissam, P. R., 36 WaU. 

3 Kitchen, James, 15 Wall. 

3 KliuL^enfeld, M. C, 52 Exch. Place. 

3 Klur, C. G., 46 Exchitn^e Place. 

Knapp & Burdett, 19 New. 
1 Knapp, T. S., 11 Wall. 

1 Knapp, S., Jr., 19 New. 

Knauth, Naohod & KuHNE, 51 Broad. 
3 Knickerbacker, Henry, 2G Broad. 

KniLrht, Brothers, 124 Front. 
3 Kniufht, Emanuel, 124 Front. 
3 Kniofht, Henry, 124 Front. 

2 Kniu'ht, Sylvester, 124 Front. 

3 Knoblauch. C, 44 Exchange Place. 

1 Knowles, E. M., 26 Broad. 

2 Kohlstede, Charlesj42 Exchange Place. 

3 Kohn, Adolph, 25 William. 
KOUNTZE, LUTHEB, 52 Wall. 
Kretz & Hertel, 48 Broad. 

1 Krohn, A. 

Kuhn, Loeb & Co, 31 Nassau. 

2 Kuhu, A., 31 Nassau. 

2 Kuhne, Fred., 51 Broad. 

1 Laing, A. E., 28 Broad. 

3 Lamont, Charles A., 47 Exchansre Place. 
Lancaster, Bbown & Co., 23 Nassau. 
Lambert, Edward, 12 Wall. 

Landon, Leonard «& Worrall, 38 Broad. 

Lansre, Boell & Armine, 25 Broad. 

Lanier, J. F. D., 27 Pine. 
1 Lausburgh, S., 19 New, 
3 Lapslev, Howard, 15 Broad. 

1 LapsleV, S. W,, 11 Broad. 
Larabee & Co., C. S., 22 Broad. 

2 Lathrop, T. S. 

2 Lavenburg, L., 65 Exchange Place. 
Lavenburg & Brother, 65 Exch. Place. 
Lawkence & Co., L. S., 164 Nsissau. 
Lawrence Brothers & Co., 16 Wall. 

3 Lawrence, Dewitt C, 16 Wall. 

1 Lawrence, Cyrus J ,16 Wall. 

2 Lawrence, diaries £., 19 New. 
1 Lawrence, Frank, 46 Broad. 

1 Lawrence, F. N., 11 Broad. 
1 Lawrence, VV. B., 11 Broad. 

3 Laws, S. S,, 18 New. 
1 Lazarus, J. E. P. 

Leavitt & Gould, 51 Exchange Place. 
Leeds & Co., T. E., 46 Broad. 
1 Leeds, Theodore E., 46 Broad. 
LsEStk: Waller, 23 Pine. 

1 Lehman, Leo., 38 Exchange Place. 

2 Le lluray, Geo. H. 
Leland Brothers 22 Nassau. 

3 Leland, Cliarles II., 22 Na.'tsau. 
1 Leo, Arnold, 19 Broad. 

1 Leonard, Robert W., 38 Broad. 



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Lboitasd, Sheldon & Fobteb, 10 Wall. 

Leruv *.V ('<»., -J'i Williaiii. 
1 Leroy, 11. li. iA iHuiiii. 
1 L-Tov, Williaiii .1., .'>4 Williuin. 

Lbvi'ok. J. II. T., 54 VVull. 
1 Levy, S.,l< (VVull. 

Lewis, Daniel «fe Co., 14 Wall. 
1 Libaire, A. 

3 Liinbcrt, Aujrnst, 21 Nuasau. 
1 Lippincott, S. F. 
1 Lippinan, Albert, 22 Broail. 

J.iToariKLD, Dana, & Stimson, 18 Win. 

Little t\: Co., .lacolt, 30 Now. 
8 Livermore, Ktlwanl. 

Livennore & Co., W. F.,. 80 Broad. 
3 Livermore, VV. F., 8 > Broad. 
1 LtviiiiTHton, K. L., 24 Nassau. 
1 Liviiiirston, .1. B., 11 Wall. 

Lloyd, Hamilton «& Co., 48 Exch. Place. 

LocKwooD & Co., y4 Broadway. 
1 Lockwood, VV. B., 1*4 Brondwav. 
1 Lockwootl, Le (4 rand. 94 Broadway. 

Lockwoi>d & Davenport, 6') E.\oli. Place. 
1 Lockwood, Alfred. 
1 Lockw(K>d, F. M., 07 Exelianjre Pljjce. 
1 Lockwood, Joscpli S., 41 Broad. 
8 Lockwood, Samuel F., 36 Wall. 
1 Loeb, S.,31 Na!*sau. 

1 Losea, Georu'e Jackson, 28 Broad. 
8 Lounsbcry, K. P., 8 Wall. 

2 Lounsbcry, Jr., Juraes, 8 VV^all. 
2 L<n-egrove, Arthur. 

1 Loveridge, Henrv, 30 Broad. 
1 Low, Henry W.,*36 Wall. 
1 Lummifl, W illiam, 68 W^all. 



Maas & Co., Martin, 48 Kxcli. Place. 
1 Macardle, C, 28 Broad. 
1 Mackay, Donald, 16 Nivssan. 

Maitlalul, Plielps & Co., 45 Exch. Place. 
1 Major, William H., 23 William. 

1 Maltbie, Frederick A., 30 Broad. 
Mancel & Kennedy, 25 Broad. 

2 Mandelick, M., 24*New. 

1 Mansram, F. P., 41 W^all. 

Manley & Co., Reuben, 64 Broadway. 

Manley & Trainer, 22 Broad. 

Manley & Co., K., 19 New. 
1 Manley, Eeuben, 19 New. 

3 Manley, Washington. 

1 Maidey, George.' 

Manning & De Forest, 19 Wall. 
3 Manning, John B., 19 Wall. 

2 Manuel, Horace, 31 Wall. 

1 Maplesden, T. E., 25 Broad. 
1 Marie, Joseph, 11 Wall. 
1 Marie, Peter, 11 Wall. 
1 Markham, F. C, 4 Broad. 
1 Marlor, H. S. 

3 Marlor, Thomas S., 27 Wall. 
Marlor & Co. T. S., 27 Wall. 

1 Marquand, H. (i., 43 Wall. 

Marquand, Hill & Co., 37 Wall, 
1 Marquand, J. P., 37 Wall. 
1 Marston, Charles E., 7 Broad. 
1 Marten, Beuj. T., 19 Broad. 



Martin, Jr.,R. W., 2'? Broad. 

Martin, M. L. B., lo Wall. 

•Martin, Henrv H., 11 Broad. 

Martin, A. K.' H., 40 Wall. 

Martin Si Runton, 40 Wall. 

Marvin Brothers & Co., 49 Exch. Place. 

Marvin, Charies H., " " 

Marvin, (Charles R., " " 

MarviiKTaskerH., " '* 

Marx, Lowis, 18 Wall. 

Marx «feCo., 18 Wall. 

Miuson, Cox & Smith, 44 Exch. Place. 

Massett, S. F. 

Mjissett, T. A. 

Mastin, J. Edwin, 23 Wall. 

Mathe/, F. L., Jr., 21 Wall. 

Muuriac, E. A., Fourth National Bank. 

Maurice, A.,5o Wall. 

Majiwell <te (Graves, 85 Cedar. 

Maxwell, J. R., 85 Cedar. 

Maxwell, G. L., 11 Broad. 

Maxwell, John D., 51 Wall. 

Mavhew, Fred. A., 19 New. 

McCormick, J. N., 24 Broad. 

McClure, VV illiam, 17 Broad. 

McCredv, D. A., 74 Wall. 

McDougall & Co., G. C, 8 Wall. 

McGinniss, Jr., John, 4 Broad. 

McJimsey, J. M., 67 Wall. 

McKewan, John P., 16 New. 

McKiM Bbothers & Co., 47 WaU. 

McKim, Haslett, 47 Wall. 

McLean, George W., 44 Broad. 

McMicken, J. A., 7 Broad. 

McPherson, J. A., 7 New. 

MeWilliams, D. VV., 43 Wall. 

Mead, Hiram W., 6 Wall. 

Mead, E. F., 340 Third Avenue. 

Meigfifs, J. G. 

Meigs & Son, C. A., 52 Exch. Place. 

Meigs, Charles A., 52 Exchange Place. 

Meigs, ( 'harles H., 52 Exchange Place. 

Meigs, Henrv, 27 Wall. 

Mendel, Henrv, 13 Wall. 

Meredith, W. T., 40 Wall. 

Merrill, L. P. 

Merritt, E. M., 27 Wall. 

Mertens, William, 6 Hanover. 

Mesereau, F. D., 7 Broad. 

Messerole & Trumbull, 53 Exch. Place. 

Messerole, C. B., 53 Exchange Place. 

Messenger & Co., N. H., 26 Broad. 

Messenger, N. H., 26 Broad. 

Meyer & Greve, 43 Exchange Place. 

Meyer, L. C, 43 Exchange Place. 

Meyer, Moritz, 26 Broad. 

Miller, Augustus F., 66 Broadway. 

Miller, C. W., 19 Broad. 

Miller, E Imund H , 20 Broad. 

Miller, Henrv, 42 Exchange Place. 

Miller & Son*, E. H., 20 Broad. 

Milliken, D., 3 Na.ssau. 

Mills, Joseph D , 57 Exchange Place. 

Mills, J. G., 26 Broad. 

Mills, S. A., 19 Broad. 

Mills, Samuel M , 30 Broad. 

Minis, Philip H., 53 William. 

Minton, Charles A., 7 New. 

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1 Mitchell, James, 50 Exchange Place. 

1 Mitchell, Moses, 26 Broad. 

1 Moise, r. A. 

n Molter, .Tulius, 1 Wall. 

1 Moore, Ellis 1)., 14 Wall. 

2 Moore, H. R., 30 Broad. 

1 Moore, William "D., 48 Broad. 
Moran & Murray, 38 Pine. 

1 Morehouse, S. K., 19 New. 
Morewood & Co., 56 Wall. 

2 Morewood, George B., 56 Wall. 
2 Morewood, JohnR. 56 Wall. 

Morgan & Co., H. T., 35 William. 
1 Morgan, Edward T., 35 William. 
1 Morgan, H. T., 35 William. 

Morgan & Keene, 32 New, & 2)^ Wall. 
1 Morgan, Theodore M., 2i Wall. 

1 Morgan, D. P. 29 William. 

2 Morgan, J. Pierpont, 53 Exch. Place. 
Monran's Sons, Mattliew. 39 William. 

2 Morgan, E Iward, 39 William. 
Moriran, William D., 48 Broad. 

1 Morrell, Daniel, 30 Broad. 

2 Morris, Charles O.. 29 Wall. 
1 Morris, W. T., 31 Wall. 

3 Morrison, David M., 41 Wall. 
3 Morrison, E., 17 Broad. 

1 Morrison, G. D. 
1 Morse, Horace F.. 16 Wall. 
1 Morse, G. H., 15 Broad. 
Morton. Bliss & Co., 30 Broad. 

1 Moses, M. H. 

Mott & Son, James, 51 Exchange Place. 

2 Mott, James, 51 Excliange Place. 

2 Mott, Robert G., 51 Exchange Place. 

Mott & Sherman, 14 Broad. 
1 Mott, John B., 14 Broad. 
1 Mott, William B., 40 Wall. 
1 Mott, Jr., William F., 7 Wall. 
1 Moulton, Gilman S., 170 Broadway. 

Mowrv, A. L., 80 Broadway. 

1 Mulford, D. S., 13 Broad. 
MuUer & Mijor, 23 William. 

2 Muller, Franz B., 20 Exchange Place. 
Mailer & Brown, 20 Exchange Place. 

2 Mumford, W. C, 33 Broad. 

1 Munro, John W., Board Boom. 
1 Munroe, B. F., tJ Wall.' 

MuNROE & Co., John, 8 Wall. 

Munroe & Co., E. S., h New. 

3 Munroe, E. S., 5 New. 
1 Munroe, G. D., 5 New. 

1 Murray, Jr., Byron, 38 Pine. 

Musgrave & Co., 19 Broad. 
1 Musgrave, S. B., 19 Broad. 
3 Musirrave, Tliomas B., 19 Broad. 

Mvers & Co., P. M., 24 Pine. 
3 Myers, P. M., 24 Pine. 



1 Nash, Henry. 

1 Nason, Henrv W., 21 New. 

1 Nathan, F., 30 Broad. 

1 Nathan, II. H., 48 Broad. 

1 Nathan, Robert W., 48 Broad. 

1 Nathan, Mcndes, 44 Broad. 



1 Neilson, Alfred, 54 Wall. 

1 Neilson, Robert H., 65 Wall. 

1 Neilson, Wm. H., 54 Wall. 

1 Neilson, Walter S., 51 Exchange Place. 

1 Nestler, M. II., 30 Broad. 

1 Nevers, B. M., 15 Broad. 

2 Newbold, C. E. 
Newcomb & Cook, 19 Broad. 

1 Newcomb, C. W., 19 Broad. 
1 N'ewcombe, I. B., 1 New. 

Newcombe & Blood, 8 New. 
* Newton, Russell & Co., 35 Wall. 

Newton & Anthony, 43 Exchange Place. 
1 Newton, Isaac W. 

1 Nicholas, H. J., 43 Exchange Place. 

2 Nichols, A. R. T., 9 Pine. 

1 Nichols, James R., 2 Nassau. 
1 Nichols, G. W., 24 New. 

3 Nichols, Le Rov, 24 New. 

1 Nichols, F. L., 22 William. ' 
Nichols & Steadman, 19 Broad. 

3 Nichols, William S., 50 Wall. 
NicoLAY & Co., A. H., 43 Pine. 

1 Niles, Lucien H., 19 Broad. 

1 Norbury, T. S. 

1 Norris, .lohn B., 66 Exchange Place. 
Northrup & Ciiick, 6 Wall. 

3 Northrup, Hiram M., 6 Wall. 

1 Norwood, A. G. 

1 Noyes, F. B., 26 Broad. 



3 Oaklev, H. Cruger, ."^l Exchange Place. 

O'Brien, William & John, 56 Wall. 
1 O'Brien, John, 56 Wall. 
1 O'Brien, William, 56 Wall. 

O'Brien Brotliers, 33 Wall. 
1 O'Brien, Joseph, 33 Wall. 
3 O'Brien, Oswni, 15 New. 

Oddie & Co., 39 Wall. 
1 Oddie, J. V. S. 
1 Oddie, John, 35 Wall. 
3 Oddie, Orville, 35 Wall. 
1 Ogden, A., 51 Wall. 
1 Ogden, Jr., I. G., 4 Broad. 
1 Osrden, Thomas W., 22 William. 

1 Olliffe, C. W., 36 Broad. 
Olcott, F. P. & H. L., 40 Broad. 

2 Olcott, H. L., 40 Broad. 
Oppenheim Brothers, 11 Broad. 

3 Oppenheim, Edward L., 11 Broad. 

2 Oppenheim, Ernest L., 11 Broad. 
Opdtke & Co., Geobge, 25 Nassau. 

1 OriAsbee, Allen J., 19 Broad. 
Osborn & Cammack, 34 Broad. 

3 Osborn, C. J., 34 Broad. 

2 Osborne. S. H.. 22 Broad. 
Osgood & Brothers, 35 Broad. 

1 Otis, C. S., 19 Broad. 

2 Otten, Ernest H. A., 20 Exchange Place. 
1 Owens, William F., 5 New. 



Palmer & De Forest, 33 Wall. 
8 Palmer, G. II., 3 Broad. 
2 Palmer, Walter B., 47 Wall. 

Pardee & Co., John Jay, 11 Wall. 



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1 Pnrdeo, Jolin Jay, 11 Wall. 
1 Ptirflow, H., Jr. 
1 PiirUo, 11. S., 13 Brond. 
PtirkiT r>r.>s. & Pnrtoii. 19 Broad. 

1 PjirkiT, ('ortluudt, I'.i New. 

2 Parker, ('vriis ()., ir> Wall. 

1 Parker; Joel. Jr., 26 Broad. 

2 Parker, E. W., lu Broad. 

2 Parker, T. Y. B., I'J Br..:i.l. 
8 Parker, William, 1 Wall, 

1 Parks, KoluTt 11. 

8 Parks, William .M., 10 Broad. 

Parks & Co., W. M. 10 Broad. 
8 Parks, C. C, 84 New. 

Parks & Co., C. C, 84 New. 

2 Panneleo, lrvin;r, 20 Broad. 
Patchen Brothers, .M New. 

1 Patehen, K. F., r>l New. 

1 Patchen, Samuel W., U\ New. 

1 Pate, W.C., 26 Broad. 

2 Paton, John, 17 Nassau. 

1 Patterson, II. A., 26 Broad. 

1 Patteson, .Fames A, 

2 Patteson, Williajn M., 3.^ Broad. 
Patton & Co., Ludlow. 6 Wall. 

1 Patton, Ludlow, 6 Wall. 
1 Pauldinnr. James P., 27 Wall. 
1 Payson, Georpe P., 5<t Wall. 
8 Peabodv, A. S., 11 Broad. 

Pearl «fe Co., V3 New. 
1 Pearl, E. G., 19 New. 
1 Peckhani, G. IL 

3 Peirce, Charles IL, 19 Broad. 

1 Penniman, Edward A., 8 Wall. 
1 Perkins, H. W., 26 Broad. 
Perkins & Co., J. N., r>0 Wall. 

1 Perkins, J. N.. 50 Wall. 

2 Perry, W. S., 66 Wall. 

8 Persch, John P.. 18 New. 
1 Pteitfer, C. F., 4 Broad. 

1 Phillips, Charles G., 24 New. 
8 Phillips, J. F., 21 Broad. 

2 Phillips, W. 11., 67 Wall. 

1 Phipard, William T., 2'.« William. 
8 Phipps, (Tcorsje, 24 Broad. 

8 Phipps, William 11., 18 Wall. 

Pickers^ill & Co., W. ("., 2'.» William. 

2 Plate, J. T.. 52 Exchani^e Plaee. 
Plume & Van Emburgh. 
Polhamius «fe .Jackson, 66 Exch. Place. 

8 Polhamius, James A., 66 Exch. Place. 

3 Pondir, John, 51 Exchansre Place. 
Post «fc Burras, 7 Broad. 

1 Post, J. B., 50 ,Wall. 
1 Post, L. K., 7 Broad. 
1 Post, Jr., Samuel L., 11 Wall. 

1 Pott, Gideon, 6 Wall. 

2 Potter, J. M. 

1 Powell, A. IL, 4 Broad. 

2 Prentice, S. N., 40 Wall. 
1 Prince, John 1). 

1 Probst, J. D., 11 Wall. 
Puleston, Ravniond & Co., 5 Wall. 

8 Purdv, Elijah, 51 William. 

2 Purton, 11. J., 19 Broad. 
2 Putnam, Albert E. 

1 Putnam, N. D., 41 Wall. 

1 Quick, T. W., 42 Pine. 



1 Quiprley, J. 0., 27 Wall. 

2 Quinan, George, 11 Wall. 
Quinan & Enos, 11 Wall. 



8 Kafel, Joseph, 14 Wall. 
Ralli &F achiri, 25 William. 

2 Ralli. C. I\, 25 William. 

1 Randall, B. K., 19 William. 
1 Randall, Charles K., 14 Broad. 

Randolph & Co., E. D., 8 Nassau. 
8 Randolph, Edmund 1)., 3 Nassau. 

Rasmus & Lissii^rnolo, 16 Exch. Place. 
1 Rasmus, William, 16 Exehanj^e Place. 
1 Rathborne, Ciiarles L., 17 Broad. 

1 Raven, R. M., 140 Broadway. 
Rau & Frank, 17 New. 

8 Raymond, C. H., 5 Wall. 
8 Raymond, C. M., 18 New. 
8 Read, E. O,, 6 Jauncey Court. 

3 Read, W. G., 6 Jauncey Court. 

2 Reade, William, 70 Broadwav. 
Redmond, G. H. & IL, 4 Hanover Sq. 

8 Re<lmond, G. H., 4 Hanover Sv^uare. 

2 Redmond, IL,4 Hanover Square. 

3 Redmond, Jr., William, 27 William. 
Reed & Co., Thomas, 6 Wall. 

3 Reed, Thomas, 6 Wall. 

Reese, Fisher .J., 26 New. 

Reid, Leo, & Content, 19 Broad. 
2 Reid, James G., 19 Broad. 

Rice & (Jo., W. B., 5 Wall. 

1 Rice, William B., 5 Wall. 
Richard & Boas, C. B., 6 Barclay. 

2 Richards, A. V., 26 Broad. 
1 Richards, S.S., 38 Wall. 

1 Richards, T. P.. 22 William. 
1-Richards, W. M. 
1 Richards, T. B., Jr. 

Rider & Cobtis, 73 Broadway. 

Rififgs & Co., 56 Wall. 
1 Riston, John A., 30 Broad. 

Robb, Kin^r «fe Co., James, 56 WalL 

1 liobeson, W.P., 7 Broad. 
Robins, Powell & Co., 10 Wall. 

2 Robins, Jr., Thomas, 10 AVall. 

1 Robinson, .Jr., Beverly, 26 Broad. 
Robinson, Cox & Co., 31 Wall. 

2 Robinson, Arthur, 4 Broad. 

3 Robinson, C. T., 31 Wall. 
Robinson & Suvdam, 27 New. 
Robinson & Ofrden, 4 Broad. 

1 Robinson, William, 68 Wall. 
1 RoediKcr, Rud., 21 Nassau. 
1 Roorers, .J. W^arren, 14 Broad. 

1 RoL'crs, IL L., 39 Exchange Place. 

2 Rogers, M. W ., 17 William. 
1 Rollins. G. A.. 27 William. 
1 Rook, Edward F., 8 Broad. 

1 Rorke, Benjamin B., 5 Broad. 

1 Rosenfeld, "D., 8 Broad. 

2 Rosenheim, William, 28 Broad. 
1 Rubsamen, Charles L"., 18 Wall. 
1 Rubino, Eugene. 

1 Russell, Salem T., 35 Wall.* 
1 Rutter, C. M., 54 Broad. 

Rutten & Bonn, 50 Exchange Place. 
1 Ryerson, G. W., Jauncey Court. 



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Bankers and Brokers in New York. 



1 Saltunstall, F. G., 59 Exchange Place. 

1 Siiltoustall, L. "W. 

2 Saimnond, J.. 56 Wall. 

2 Sancton, (t. L., lA Broad. 

2 Sancton, W. B., 7 New. 

2 Sancton, Henry, 58 Broadway. 

1 Sancton, W. H. 

2 Sander, Charles, 24 Exchange Place. 
2 Sands, J. G., ly New. 

Sands & Co., Samuel S.,.68 Wall. 
1 Sauds, Samuel S., 68 Wall. 
1 Sands, W. R., 68 Wall. 

1 Sautbrd, Theodore S. 

2 Satterlee, Living-ston. 

2 Sauer, Einil, 45 Exchange Place. 

3 Sauzade, John S., 29 Pine. 
Saxtou & Roofers, 18 New. 

3 Saxton, Edwin A., 18 New. 
3 Saxton, E. S., 26 Broad. 
S.ixton & Rivmond, 18 New. 

1 Schack, O. W. C, 9 Broad. 
Sohafor Brotliers, 8 Broad. 

3 Sehafer, Samuel, 8 Broad. 
3 Schafer, Simon, 8 Broad. 

2 S.'hell, Richard, 50 Wall. 

1 Schenck, F. 11., 5 i Exchmge Place. 

Schepeler & Jasper, 2it Excnange Place. 
1 Schott, Jr., Ciiarles M., 17 Wall. 

SCHUOHABDT & SoNS, i.,40 Excli. Placc. 

1 Seliirt', Jacob II., 38 Excnange Place. 

3 Schicrenberir, C, 53 Excliange Place. 
Scluiltz& Rackcraber, 40 ExcD. Place. 

2 Schultz, L. E., 53 William. 

1 Schuster, lernace, 21 Exchange Placc. 
1 Scott, Albert E., 44 Pine. 
Scott & Co., Wm. B., 44 Pine. 

1 Scott, George S., 29 ]Sew. 

2 Sehwacofer, Charles. 66 Wall. 
1 Scranton, G. B., 29 Broad. 

1 Searls, Charles, 2<» Broad. 
1 Searls, William, 2'» Broad. 
1 Seavcr, J. A.. 8 Broad. 
Seligmau & Co., J. & W., 19 Broad. 

1 Seligmau, James, 19 Broad. 

2 Seligman, James, 32 Broad. 
S Seligman, Morris, 32 Broad. 

2 Sellar, D. P., 12 Exchange Place. 
Selleek, A. D., 33 Nassau. 

1 Selover, J. M. 

Seton &Co., A. L., 49 Exchange Place. 

2 Seton, Alfred L., 49 Exchange Place. 
1 Sewell, Arthur L., 22 Broad. 

1 Seymour, Jr., William, 25 William. 

1 Seymour, E. C, 29 Broad. 

1 Shai-p, J. K. 

1 Shaw, E. II., 31 Exch\nge Place. 

1 Shepard, A. W., 14 New. 

1 Shepard, J. F., 26 Broad. 

1 Sherman, Gardner, Jr., 14 Broiul. 

1 Sherman W. Wiitts, 9 Nassau. 

1 Suerwood, Isaac, 17 Broad. 

2 Simmons, C. B., 6 Broad. 
Simonson & Erwin, 39 Exchange Place. 

1 Simonson, George, 39 Exchaujre Placc. 
1 Sinzeheimer, S.,53 Exchanjre Place. 

Sistare, George K., 24 Nassau. 
1 Sistare, W. If. M., 2 Wall. 
1 Skiuits, Bartholomew, 54 Broad. 
1 Ska-its, Gideon, 22 Broad. 



Skaats & Brother, Schuyler, 19 Broad. 
1 Skelding, Francis E., 54 Wall. 
1 Skinner, Samuel T., 47 VVall. 
1 Slayback, John L>., 22 William. 
1 Slingerland,W. A,, 46 Excliange Place. 

Sloane & Co., C. S., 46 Broad. 
1 Sloane, C. S., 46 Broad. 
1 Smaller, Georee C, 8 Broad. 

1 Smalley, W. E., 53 Exchange Place. 
Sfnith,"Gould, Martin & Co., 11 Broad. 

2 Smith, H. N., 11 Broad. 

Smith, Seaver & Bowen, 38 Broad. 
1 Smith, B. G., Jr 19 Broad. 
1 Smith, Georse W., 12 VVall. 
1 Smith, Fitch VV., 10 Wall. 

3 Smith, D. Henry, 37 Exchange Place. 

1 Smith, Junius 11 Broad. 
3 Smith, .lames D., 16 Wall. 

2 Smith, Stephen, Jr. 

1 Smith, Wm. Alexander, 40 Wall. 

Smith & Co., Wm. Alexander, 40 Wall. 
1 Smith, W. P., 47 Exciiauire Place. 
1 Smith, Granville B., 24 New. . 
1 Smith, F. H., 26 Broad. 
1 Smith, Spencer II., 8 Broad. 

Smith & E'/leston, 11 Broad. 

Smithers, C. F., 59 Wall. 

1 Smyth, Bernard L., 46 Broad. 

2 Sober, A. 

1 Soper, Alfred. 

Soper, George A., 36 Wall. 
Soutter& Co., .53 William. 

1 Soutter, W. K., 53 William. 

2 Spaulding, P. F., 36 Broad. 

1 Spear, Charles, 25 William. 
Speyer&Co., Philip, 20 Exchange Place. 

2 Speyer, George, 2ft Exchange Place. 

2 Speyer, Jacques R., 2o Exchange Place. 

3 Speyers, Albert G. 

3 Speyers, James, 26 Broad. 
3 Speyers, A, G. P., 26 Broad. 
1 Stanton, A. M., 1 Nassau. 
1 Stanton, E. D., 22 William. 
1 Stanton, S. F., 22 William. 
1 Stanton, J. S., 25 Broad. 
1 Starr, Daniel E., 26 Broad. 
1 Starr, H. W. 

Stead, Stone & Co., 46 Broad. 
1 Stead, C. M., 46 Broad. 

Stebbins' Sons, 11. G., 44 Broad. 
1 Stebbins, II. G., 50 New. 
1 Stebbins, W. A., 44 Br -ad. 
1 Stebbins, James II., 22 Wdliam. 

1 Stedman, E. C, 48 Broad. 
Steele &Co.,26Broa J.' 

2 Stevens, E. 

1 Stevens, 1. 0., 18 New. 

1 Stevens, P. H., 22 Nassau. 

2 Stevens, Jr., B. K., 7<» Broadway. 
Stewart & Matteson, 38 Wall. 

1 Stewart, Alexander, 38 Wall. 

1 St. Georire, C. K„ 13 Broad. 

2 Stiles, A.B., 67 Exchange Place. 
2 Stimson, H. C. 

1 Stimson, L. A., 18 William. 
Stokkr, Taylor & ( o., 21 Nassau. 

1 Stokes Ciiarles, 59 Exciumge Place. 
Stone, Nichols «Jt Co., 50 Wall. 

2 Stone, George E., 50 Wall. 



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3 Stone, Josoph F., 50 Wall. 
1 Stone, L. B., 4t3 ]iroad. 
1 Stonn,JohnK.,ll Broad. 
1 Storrs, John G., 2 Nat*saii. 

Stout, Tliayer <fe Co., 88 Broad. 

Stoct <fe Dickinson, 25 Broad. 
1 Stout, T. H., -J) Unnid. 
1 Striclvlan<l, .l()hn,r)0 New. 

1 Stronjr, Wiiliuni E., 2i» New. 

2 Strong, Tlu'odoreK., 26 New. 
1 Strnlhen*, James. 9 Broad. 

Stuart & Co., J. & J., 83 Nassau. 
1 Stuckle, F. \V.,tfO Broad. 
1 Sturiuns, F. K., Exch. Place and New. 

Stuyvesant & De Wolt; 23 Wall. 

1 Stuyvesant, Robert, 23 Wall. 

2 Suit, S. T. 

1 Sus, ilennann, 68 "Wall. 

Suydani & Niuson, 21 New. 
1 Suydani, C. C, 27 New. 

3 Swan, F. (J., 8 Broad. 
SwAK & Co., O. D., 50 Wall. 
Sweet & Co., Edward, 2 Bruud. 

3 Sweet, Edward, 2 Broad. 

Tainter & Dyett. 
1 Talbot, M. ll., 33 Wall. 
Talcott & Sons, 44 Biond. 

1 Talcott, A. B., 44 Broad. 
Tanner & Co., 'A\> Wnll. 

2 Tanner, H. C, 4tt Wall. 
Tal'ssio. Fisheb & Co., 32 Broad. 

3 TaussiiT, Edward, 32 Broad. 
Taylor Brothers, 17 Wall. 

1 Tavlor, Alexander, 17 Wall. 

1 Tavlor, P. Burnett, 17 Wall. 
3 Taylor, William L., 17 Wall. 

Taylor & Cooper, T. L., 5 Broad. 

2 Taylor. W. C, ly New. 

Taylor. William & Joseph, 25 Broad. 
1 Tavlor, Joseph H., 25 Broad. 
1 Tavlor, Willuira, 30 Broad. 
1 Teh Brook, John, 2!i Broad. 
1 Thayer, Nathan, lo Wall. 
1 Thayer, Stephen 11., 38 Broad. 
1 Thomas, J. J,, 24 Pme. 
1 Thomas, Ludlow, 39 Pine. 

1 Thomson, Eueene, 23 Wall. 

2 Thomson, A. S. 

1 Thompson, John, 2 Wall. 

2 Thorburn. Chas. E., 53 Exchange Place. 
1 Thorne, Tiiomjis W. 

1 Thome, Jr., Thomas W., 4 Broad. 

2 Tienken, John H., 15 WsiW.. 
1 Tileston. Tliomas, 30 Broad. 

Tiltbrd & Co., J. B., 60 Wall. 

3 Tilford, K. C' 60 Wall. 

S Tillint'liast, W. E., 5 Wall. 
Tillinirhiust & Woolsev, 5 Wall. 

1 Tillman, J. H., 49 Wall. 

3 Timpson, Edward W., 26 Broad. 

2 Titus, J. il. 

1 Titus, Thomas F., 40 Wall. 
1 Tobin, Joiin M., 7 Broad. 
1 Toland, B. M., 25 Broad. 

1 Tompkins, Cornelius, 35 Broad. 
Tompkins & Nast, 3i> Broad. 

2 Toussaint, Otto, 4*J E.xchange Place. 
1 Towar, Thomas H., 11 WaB. 



To war & Learned, 11 Wall. 

Towner & Kudd, 147 Maiden Lane. 
1 Tows, C. D. 
1 Trainor, J. B., 22 Broad. 
1 Trask, Wavland, 14 Wall. 
1 Travers, W. K., 47 E.xehange Place. 
1 Travers, E. M., 24 Bnnid. 

Trevor & Coljrate, 47 Wall. 
1 Trevor, John B., 47 Wall. 
1 Truman, H. H., 5 Broad. 

1 Trumbull, J., .-3 Exchange Place 

2 Trumbull, Henry, 52 Exchange Place. 
2 Tucker, Joseph *11., 4 Broad. 

1 Tunis, W. E,, 21 New. 
Turner Brothers. 14 Nassau. 

1 Turner, Archibalfl, 14 Nassau. 

2 Turner, James, 14 Nassau. 
1 Tuttle, K. M., 20 Broad. 

1 Tweedie, David, 43 New. 



Underbill & Co., J. F., 62 Wall. 
2 Underbill, John F., 62 Wall. 

Underwood & Son, J. A., 18 Exch. Fl. 
8 Underwood, H. A., IS Exchange Place. 

Unger & Co., C, 46 Exchange Place. 
8 Unger, Charles, 46 Exchancre Place. 

Utley & Dougherty, 11 Wall. 

1 Yail, D. D., 27 Wall.' 

2 Vaissier, M., 17 Wrdl. 

2 Valentine, J., 58 Exchange Place. 

3 Van Boskerek, L. J., 94 Broadwav. 
3 Vandeventer, C. IL, 17 Wall. 

1 Vanderhoef, T. S.. 49 Exchange Place. 

8 Van Dyck, A. V. B., 3o Broad. 

1 Van Emburg, D. B., 47 Exchange Place. 

Van Schaick & Co., 13 Broad. 
8 Van Schaick, J., 13 Broad. 
1 Van Scliaick, E. H., 38 Broad. 

1 Van Schaick, W. M., 13 Broad. 
Van Saun & Co., 26 Broad. 

2 Van Saun, Albert, 26 Broad. 
Vim Vechten «fc Moore, 48 Broad. 

3 Van Vleit, Benson, 66 Exchange Place. 
Verhuven & Co., H. F., 44 ExchanirePL 

2 Verhuven, H. F., 44 Excliange Place. 
• Veeiolye & Co., 18 Nassau. 

2 Vermilye, William M., 18 Nassau. 

3 Vermilye, Wiusliinirton K., 18 Nassau. 
Vernan'i & Hoy, 18 Wall. 

1 Vernam, Albert IL. 14 Wall. 
Vickers & Co.. 18 New. 

1 Vincent, II. W., 12 WalL 

Von Hoffman & Co., 4 Hanover. 

2 Von Hotfman, L., 4 Hanover. 
1 Voorhees, C. H., 13 Broad. 

1 Voorhees, W. D. 

Wadsworth & Co., 30 Broad. 
1 Wadsworth, Strong, 30 Broad. 
1 Wadsworth, W. B., lo Wall. 
1 Wainwright, C. A., 22 Broad. 
1 Wainwright, J. Howard. 
1 Walbridge, D. M., 25 Broad. 
1 Walcott. Joseph C, 20 Broad. 

3 Waldo, Francis D., 19 New. 
1 Walker, Francis T., 10 Wall. 

3 Walker, Jos., 87 Exchange Place. 



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Bankers and Brokers in Nciv York. 



Wallace & Co., F. B., 2D Broad. 
3 Wallace, a'. B., 2y Broad. 
3 WidL-r, liober., 26 Broad. 

1 W.diiii<rtbrd, J. A.. 26 Broad. 

2 Wiilsli," Samuel A., Jr., 3 Nassau. 
1 Walton, Jaines M., 6 Broad. 

Ward & Co., 54 Wall. 

3 Ward, Charles H., 54 WaU. 
1 Ward, Hear V II., 54 Wall. 

1 Ward, William G., 54 Wall. 
1 Ward, Cornelius, 7 New. 

Ward, Campbell & Co., 56 Wall. 

Ward, S. G. & C. C, 52 Wall. 

Warren. Kidder & Co., 4 Wall. 
1 Warren; William H., 4 Wall. 

Warren & Son, Joini, 65 Wall. 
1 Warren, John, 65 Wall. 
1 Warren, James K., 65 Wall. 

1 Watson, G. H., 52 Exchange Place. 
3 Watson, W., 24 Pine. 

2 Watts, G. B., 27 Wiliiam. 

1 Webster, Wm. H., 22 Broad. 

1 Weeber, William, Board Koom. 

1 Weed, William C, 53 Exchan<;e Place. 

1 Weeks, Edward A., 58 WaU. " 

1 Weeks, James, 29 Wall. 

Weith & Co., J. M. & Arents, 15 New. 
* Welling. Charles K., 39 W^dl. 
Wells, Fargo ^ Co^ 84 Broadway. 

2 Wells, Laurence, 40 Exchange Place. 
2 Wescott, W. P., 11 Broad. 

1 Wesson, Edward. 

1 Westervelt, J. C, 36 Broad. 

Weston <fe De Billier, 15 New. 
1 Weston, George S., 15 New. 

1 Weston, J. W., 26 Broad. 

2 Weston, E. D., 26 Pine. 
Weston & Nichols, 24 New. 

1 Weston, C. W., 22 William. 
1 Weston, Walter. 
1 Wetzlar, C. N. B., 11 Broad. 
Wheeler & Peters, 35 W. 11. 

1 Wheeler, Obed, 35 WaU. 

2 Wheeler, E. L., 18 New. 
1 WhcelocR, Charles M. 

1 Wheelock, M. A., V. Pres. Board Eoom. 

2 White, Alfred C, 19 Broad. 

White, Morris & Co., 29 WaU. • 

3 White, Frederick, 29 WsU. 

1 White, B. O^den, Board Koom. 

White, De Freitas & Rathbone, 17 Broad. 
1 White, L. L. 
1 White, R. K., 29 WaU. 
I White, S imuel, 13 Broad. 

1 Wliite, Thoraiis W., 67 Exchan^'C Place. 

2 White, S. V.,8 W..11. 
1 White, C.G., 21 New. 

Whitehouse & Co., 29 WiUiam. 

3 Whitehouse, E. M., 29 Willi im. 
1 Wliitehouse, J. H., 29 WiUitm. 

1 Whitehouse, George M., 29 WiUinm. 

Whitely (k Neilson, 51 Exchanj-e Place. 
3 Whitely, James, 51 Exchamre Place. 
3 Whittield, James P., 24 Broad. 

Whittemore & Mott, 5 WaU. 

1 Whittemore, E. P., 5 Wall. 
Whittemore & Co., .54 Exchancre Place. 

2 Whittemore, R. B.. 54 Exchange PLicc. 



1 Whittemore, T. W. 

2 Wiiitteuiore, W. M., 54 Exchange Place. 
1 WhittiuL^hnm, W. H., 48 Broad. 

1 Wiiham, Thomas M. 

1 Wilcox, H. R., 23 William. 

Wilderming & Hamilton, 67 Exch. PI, 
1 Wihnerding, F. S., 32 Wall. 

1 Wn3V, W. G., 25 Broad. 

2 WUkens Albert, 46 Exchange Place. 

3 WiUard, E. K., 30 Broad. 
Williams & Guion, 29 Brondway. 
WiUiams & Co., A. D., 45 WaU. 

1 WilU ms, A. D.,45 W.dl. 
1 Williams, Jos. P., 45 WaU. 

1 WiUiams, C. P., 45 W:dl. 
Wmiims & Wiilker, 24 New. 

2 WiUiams, \\\ T., 24 New. 

WiUi ims, Bee & Co., 25 WiUiam. 
1 Williams, H. M. 
1 Williams, J. A. 
1 WUUims, John D., 8 Wall. 

Wmiams & Co., 8 W.iU. 
1 WiUi.ms, H. C. 

3 WiUiams, Philip H., Jr., 43 Broad. 
1 WiUiams, John T., 72 WaU. 

1 WUliams, W. S., 31 Pine. 
WiUiams & Bostwick, 40 Exch. Place. 
Wilmerdin-, F. S., 3:^ WaU. 
Wilson & Co., R. T., 44 Broad. 

2 Wilson, R. T., 44 Broad. 

1 Wilson, Georjfe W., 26 Broad. 

3 Wilson, Henry S., 9 New. 

1 Wilson, Jr., James B., !• New. 
1 Winchester, J. T., 4 WaU. 
Winslow, L mier & Co., 29 Pine. 

1 Winir, F. H., 11 Bro.'.d. 

2 Winterhoff, Albert, 3 Hanover Sqmre. 

3 A\ iuthrop, Robert, 18 Wall. 
1 WoW, Jr., A., 19 Broad. 

1- Wolti; Edwa-d, 15 New. 
W^oUbere & Co., 6 WaU. 
3 WoUberg, Sie.anund, 6 WaU. 

1 WoUberj, Julius. 

2 WoUberg. James, 6 Wall. 
Wood <^ Reick, 5 Broad. 

2 Wood, A. G., 5 Broad. 
1 Wood, C. D. 

1 Wood, D. H., 30 Broad. 

2 Wood, J. W alter, 42 Pine. 
Woodm.n, C. & G., 30 Pine. 

2 Woodman, Geor/e, 30 Pine. 

3 Woodward, W. S. 

1 Worcester. F. E.. 33 Broad. 
1 Worden, Daniel T., 5 WuU. 
1 Worth, F. W. 

1 Worthin^ton, W. N., 14 WaU. 
Wotherspoon & Co., 2 Exchange Place. 

2 Wotherspoon, D., 2 Exchange Place. 
1 Wren, J. H. 

1 Wycth, Leonard J., 54 Wall. 

1 Young, Joseph F. 

3 Yorniir, W. E., 19 New. 

2 Yzquierdo, Hy. A., 67 Exchange Place. 

Zerega & Co., J. A., 83 Broad. 
8 Zerega, John A., 22 William. 
2 Zucherman, Joseph, 19 WaU. 



Merchants and Bankers' Almanac, 1870. 95 

NEW YORK GOLD EXCHANGE. 

No, 14: New Street. 

TowxsENi) Cox, President. Gkorob II. Bend, Serond Vice-President. 

Thomas A. Hoyt, IXrat Vice-President. Thomas P. Akers, Secretary. 
George Piiipps, Trensicrer. 



NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE, 

No, 9 Broad Street, 

James Baker, President. Robert Baile, Treasurer. 

C. C. Parks, h\rst Vice-President. L. W. Badger, Secretary. 

E. R. Tremain, Second Vice-President. JoiiJf R. Lansing, Assistant Secretary. 



TRUST COMPANIES, ETC, 

Bniikerfi' and Brokers', is Broad Street. Capital, $1,000,000. John 

Bt tx.sEit, President ; D. W. Behdax, Manager. 
Farmers' L.oan and Trust, 26 Exchange Place. Capital $1,000,000. 
^ Par, $25. R. G. ROLSTON, President ; G. P. Fitcii, Secretary. Dividends, Jan- 
uary and July. 
Xationul Trust, 3.36 Broadway. Capital, $1,000,000. Par, $100. D. R. 

Mangam, President; B. L. Solomon, 1st Vice-President; Benj. F. Bancroft, 2d 

Vice-President; James Merrell, Secretary. 
Xew Y€>rk, 52 Wall Street. Capital, $1,000,000. David Thompson, President; 

Philip R. Kearny, Secretary. 
L^nion, 73 Broadway. Capital, $1,000,000. Par, $100. 1. H. Frothingham, 

President ; C. T. Carlton, Secretary. 
United States, 49 Wall Street. Capital, $1,500,000. Par, $100. John A. 

Stewart, President ; Wm. H. Macy, Vice-President ; W. D arrow. Secretary. 



NEW YORK BOARD FIRE UNDERWRITERS, 

chartered May 9, 1867. Nos..I56 and 158 Broadway, N. T. 

OFFICER^. 

Henry A. Oakley, President. William W. Henshaw, Secretary. 

George W, Savage, Vice-President. M. F. Hodges, Treasurer. 

The ninety-two Fire Ins^vrawe Companies doing business in the City of New York, 
and chartered by the State Legislature, according to last Report, dated April, 1869, 
had a total Capital of $29,261,232; the Dividends for the past year amounting to 
$2,752,101, being a percentage of 9.40 per cent. 



TELEGRAPH COMPANIES. 

Ameriean, 50 Pine Street, and cor. Wall and Broad Streets. {See Western Union). 
Ali$;lo-.\nieriean, 88 Liberty Street. Principal Offices, London, England. 
Cyrus W. Fikld, Director. 

Atlantic and Paeific, 33 Broadway. Capital, $5,000,000. A. F. Wilmabth, 
President ; C. A. Harper, Secretary. 

Bankers' and Broken', 16 Broad and 4 Hanover Streets. Wm. Callow, 
President; Jno. N. Brown. Secretary and Treasurer. 



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96 Merchants and Bankers' Almanac, 18V0. 

Franklin, 1 1 Broad Street. Capital, . ^^ Extends from New York 

to Boston, Mass. George H. Ellery, President; "VVm. Macomber, Secretary. 

French Tran§atlantic Cable Company (Limited). "Societe du Cable 
Transatlantique Fran^ais." ^^ In communication with all parts of the World. 
Offices : New York, 1 1 Nassau Street ; Boston, 1 1 2 State Street ; Duxbury, Mass. 

Gold and Stoek, New Street. Capital, $500,000. George B. Field, 
President ; H. L. Hotchkiss, Secretary. 

International Ocean, 88 Liberty Street. Capital, $1,500,000. |^ Ex- 
tends from Lake City, Florida, to Havana, Cuba. Wm. F. Smith, President; 
James T. Sanford, Vice-President ; D. H. Hait, Treasurer. 

I\^ational, 64 Broadway, and 19 New Street. 

Bfew York, ^eirfoundland, and London, 88 Liberty Street, 
Capital, $4,000,000. C^" Extends from Plaister Cove to Heart's Content, N. F-, 
connecting with the Atlantic Cable. Peter Cooper, President; Moses Taylor, 
Treasurer; Edward Kavanagh, Secretary. 

lVe§tern Union, 145 Broadway. Capital, $40,000,000. William Orton, 
President; 0. H. Palmer, Secretary and Treasurer. This company reach acrot^s 
the Continent, from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans, and embrace every State 
and Territory in the Union but New Mexico and Arizona. They also connect 
with the Canada Lines of Telegraph, and with the Atlantic and Cuba Cables — 
having in use 104,000 miles of wire. 



EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

Adams Expres§ Company. Offices, 59 and 61 Broadway. Branch Oflfices, 
- 526 Broadway ; East 27th Street, near 4th Avenue ; and 5th Avenue, near West 
23d Street. 

American ]VIerchant§^ Union. Offices, 113 Broadway. Money Depart- 
ment, 115 Broadway. Freight Department, 61 Hudson Street. Branch Offices, 
365 and 542 Broadway, 280 Canal Street, and West 29th Street, near 10th Ave. 

American European Express, Austin Baldwin & Co., 72 Broadway. 

Atlantic Foreign Express, 57 Broadway ; Mackenzie, Henry & Flamont. 

Carrington & Co., 30 Broadway. Havana, Brazilian, and West India 
Express Company. 

European, Geo. Stoken & Co., 60 Broadway. 

Maruden's Express Company, 65 Broadway. 

National Express Company, 65 Broadway, 280 Canal Street, and 4th 
Avenue, cor. East 26th Street. 

Xeiv Bedford and Taunton, Iflas§., Davenport A Mason, 65 Broad- 
way. 

Ne-w Jersey Express Company, 526 Broadway, and 280 Canal Street. 

Patterson Express Company, 66 Cortlandt, 187 Chambers, and 117 John 
Streets. 

United States Express Company, 82 and 291 Broadway, and 280 Canal 
Street. 

Wells, Fargo &, Co., New York and California Express, 84 Broadway. 



SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANIES. 

Safe Deposit Company of IVew York, 142 and 146 Broadway. Francis 
H. Jenks, President; Fred. Foster, Secretary. 

Stuyvesant Safe Depi^sit Company, 1 Third Avenue, cor. 7th Street. 
Capital, $200,000. Ebenezer Beadlesdon, President ; Daniel F. Tyler, Sec'y. 



The Banks of Canada, 1870. 97 



THE BANKS OF CANADA, 1870. 



THE LOCATION, MANAGER, OK AGENT OF EACH. 

Location. Name of Dank. Officers. 
Almonte Merchants' Bank F. A. W. Lister Agent. 

Barrie Bank of Toronto J. Murray Smith Agent. 

" Canadian B. Commerce E. S. Lally Agent. 

DcU,r'" Mcrcliants' Bank Andrew Thomson . . .Manager. 

Bank of Montreal W. R. Dean Manager. 

Berlin MerclMTits' Bank R. N. Rogers Agent. 

BowmanviUe Ontario Bank David Fisher Cashier. 

" Roval Canadian Bank A. II. McDougall Agent. 

Brampton Merchants' Bank Charles Crookall Agent. 

Brantford Bank of Montreal S. Road Manager. 

" Bank of B. North America. .A. Robertson Manager. 

BrockvUle Bank of Montreal J. N. Travers Manager. 

Chatham Merchants' Bank W. S. Ireland Manager. 

" Royal Canadian Bank R. C. Fitzgerald Manager. 

Clinton Royal Canadian Bank M. Lough Agent. 

Cobourg Bank of Montreal J. Porteous Manager. 

" Bank of Toronto J. H. Roper Agent. 

Cornwall Bank of Montreal J. Cox Agent. 

C^arlottet'n,P.EJ.B.\yK of Prince Ed. Is Charles Palmer President. 

" Union Bank James Anderson President. 

Carleton La Banquc Nationale John Meagher Agent. 

Elora Merchants* Bank William Kingsley Agent. 

Fergus Bank of Montreal G. D. Ferguson Agent. 

" Hoyal Canadian Bank John Beattie Agent. 

Frederichton, N.D.Teoples' Bank A. F. Randolph Manager. 

Gait Canadian B. Commerce Jno. Davidson Manager. 

" Mcrcliants' Bunk William Cooke Manager. 

" Itoyal Canadian Bank G. H. Patterson Manager. 

GaspS Basin La Banque Nationale John Le Boutillicr. . .Agent. 

Goderich Bank of Montreal J. H. Finlay Agent. 

Guelph Bank of Montreal C. Brough Manager. 

" Ontario BiUik E. Morris Manager. 

" Canadian B. Commerce G. W. Sandilands . . .Manager. 

Gasp€ Quebec Bank Lowndes Bros Agents. 

Hamilton Canadian B. Commerce C. R. Murray Manager. 

" Royal Canadian Bank Henry Kinstry Manager. 

" Bank of British N, America . W. N. Anderson Manager. 

" Bank of Montreal W. J. Buchanan Manager. 

" Merchants' Bank James Bancroft Manager. 

Halifax, N.S. . . . Bank of Montreal E. C. Jones Agent. 

" Bank of Briti>h N. America. James Goldie Manager. 

" Bank of Nova Scotia . . . .M. B. Almon President 

" Union Bank op Halifax. . NV. S. Stirling Cashier. 

" pEOi'LEs' Bank Greo. H. Starr President. 



98 Tlie Banks of Canada, 1870. 

Location. Name of Bank, Officers. 

Ing&soll Merchants' Bank Charles H. Sorley . . .Agent. 

" Niagara District Bank C. E. Chadwick Agent. 

Kingston Merchants* Bank J. G. Macdonald Manager. 

Kincardine Merchants' Bank William S. Small Agent. 

Kingston Bank of British N. America James Penfold Manager. 

" Bank of Montreal R. M. Moore Manager. 

Lindsay Bank of Montreal H. Dunsford Agent. 

" Ontario Bank J. H. Woodman Manager. 

London.. Bank of British N. America T. Corzan Manager. 

" Canadian Bank Commerce William Simpson Manager. 

" , Merchants' Bank W. F. Harper Manager. 

" i Bank of Montreal F. W. Thomas Manager. 

Montreal Bank of Montreal E. H. King President. 

" Bank of Montreal (branch) K. B. Angus Gcnl. Man. 

" City Bank of Montreal F. McCulloch Cashier. 

" Bank of British N. America. .Thomas Paton Genl. Man. 

" • Bank of B.N. America (branch).. .A. C. Hooper Manager. 

" La Banque I)U Peuple A. A. Trotticr Cashier. 

" Molson's Bank William Sache Cashier. 

" B ANQ UE Jacques Cartier H. Cotte Cashier. 

" Quebec Bank J. B. Penny Manager. 

" Merchants' Bank Jackson Rae Cashier. 

" Bank of Toronto D. Coulson Manager. 

" Ontario Bank Henry Starnes Manager. 

" Mechanics' Bank Alexander Molsou . . .Manager. 

** Union Bank of L. Canada P. MacEwen Manager. 

Napanee Merchants' Bank Alexander Smith Agent. 

New Glasgow Bank of Nova Scotia Jas. W. Carmichael. .Agent. 

Newcastle, N. 2^. .Bank of Montreal F. E. Winslow Agent. 

Newmarket Royal Canadian Bank James Cawthra Agent. 

OsJiawa Ontario Bank Charles Holland Manager. 

Ottawa Quebec Bank H. V. Noel Manager. 

" Bank of British N. America A. C. Kclty Manager. 

" Bank of Montreal A. Drummond Manager. 

" Ontario Bank D. S. Eastwood Manager. 

Owen Sound Merchants' Bank J. Pottenger Agent. 

Pembroke Quebec Bank J. Walker Agent. 

Perth Merchants' Bank James Gray Agent. 

" Bank of Montreal J. A. Stewart Agent. 

" Royal Canadian Bank R. Freeman Agent. 

Peterboro Bank of Montreal R. Richardson Agent. 

" Bank of Toronto Alex. Smith Manager. 

" Ontario Bank G. S. Shaw Manager. 

Pictou Bank of Montreal F. A. Despard Agent. 

" Bank of Nova Scotia James Primrose Agent. 

Port Hope Ontario Bank John Smart Manager. 

" Bank of Toronto A. Morgan Cosby.. . .Agent. 

" Bank of Montreal W. P. Crombie Agent. 

Prcsr^tt Merchants' Bank L. Gibson Agent. 

Quebec Quebec Bank , . J. Stevenson Cashier. 

" Bank of British N. America C. F. Smith Manager. 

" ^ Bank of Montreal T. R. Christian Manager. 

" ' Banque Nationale Francois Vczina Cashier. 

" City Bank of Montreal Daniel McGie Agent. 



The Banks of Canada, 1870. 99 

Location. Name of Dank. Officers. 

Quebec Union Bank William Dunn Cashier. 

Rustico, P. E. I. .Farmers' Bank of Rustico M. J. Blanchard Cashier. 

Sarnia Bank of Montreal A. Vidal Agent. 

Sxifort.'i IJoviil Canadian Bank M. P. Hayes Agent. 

.S/ir/7'/." ' City Bank of Montreal William Addic Agent. 

Eastern Townships Bank William Farwell, Jr.. Cashier. 

Simro^ Canadian B. Commerce H. Groff Agent. 

«' Bank of Montreal F. F. Blackader Agent. 

Stanbridge Eastern Townships Bank J. C. Baker Agent. 

Stanstfad Eastern Townships Bank A. P. Ball Manager. 

St. Cathftrine's. . .Niagara District Bank C. M. Arnold Cashier. 

Qucl)cc Bank D. R. Wilkic Manager. 

Canadian B. Commerce H. C. Barwick Manager. 

Cit. .loiin, y.D Bank of Montreal R. Ilillyard Agent. 

" Bank of New Brunswick. . . .James D. Lewin President. 

" Com. B'k of N. Brunswick A. M. L. 8eely President. 

" B'k of B.N. America (branch) R. R. Grindley Manager. 

St. il/ary'.s- Bank of Montreal R. Hillyard Agent. 

Stratford Merchants' Bank C. II. Ransom Manager. 

" Royal Canadian Bank James Young Agent. 

" Bank of Montreal James Hogg Agent. 

Strathroi/ Canadian B. Commerce J. S. Small Agent. 

St. Slepheti's St. Stephen's Bank William Todd President. 

St. Thomas Merchants' Bank John Macdonald Agent. 

Summerside Summerside Bank J. R. Gardner President. 

Sydney, CD Bank of Nova Scotia T. D. Archibald Agent. 

" Union Bank of Halifax James Jost Agent. 

Three Rivers Quebec Bank John McDougall Agent. 

" La Banquc Nationalc Quebec Bank Agent. 

Toronto Bank of B. N. America Samuel Taylor Manager. 

" Canadian B. Commerce H. S. Strathy Cashier. 

" City Bank of Montreal John Moat. .' Agent. 

" Merchants' Bank J. G. Harper Manager. 

" Bank of Montreal Geo. W. Yarker Manager. 

" Quebec Bank R. H. Bethune Manager. 

" Ontario Bank Alexander Fisher.. . .Manager. 

" Bank of Toronto. George IJayne Cashier. 

" Royal Canadian Bank Thomas McCracken.. Cashier. 

Whitby Royal Canadian Bank A. Richardson Agent. 

" Bank of Montreal G. F. Nacnider Agent. 

" Ontario Bank K. F. Lockhart Manager. 

Windsor Merchants' Bank CD. Grasctt Agent. 

" Commercial Bank C. E. Harding Cashier. 

Wallcerton Merchants' Bank of Canada A. Sproat '. . Agent. 

Waterloo, Ont.. . .Eastern Townships Bank Wm. G. Parmelee.. . .Manager. 

" Ontario Bank D. S. Crawford Manager. 

Woffville, N. 5.. .People's B. of Halifax J. W. Barss Agent. 

Woodstock Canadian B. Commerce Wm. A. Sampson Manager. 

" Royal Canadian Bank J. M. Burns Manager. 

Yarmouth Bank of Nova Scotia James Murray, Jr. . . . Agent. 

" Bank of Yarmouth Wm. H. Townsend.. .Pfesident. 



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106 The New 'York Clearing House. 



THE NEW-YORK CLEARING HOUSE. 

OPERATIONS OF THE YEAR 1868-69. AGGREGATE OPERATIONS OF 

THE SIXTEEN YEARS, 1853-1869. 

This institution has been organized sixteen years, during which time 
its aggregate transactions have amounted to 8256,027,558,962.70. 

Its transactions for the year ending Oct. 1, 1869, were $38,527,- 
347,294.42, including the exchanges and the balances paid, — a daily 
average of over one hundred and twenty-jfive millions of dollars. 

This has been accomplished without error or loss to the associa- 
tion. At the annual meeting held on Oct. 6, 1869, the following offi- 
cers were elected for the ensuing year : — 

Chairman. 

John Q. Jones, President of the Chemical National Bank. 

Secretary. 

Alexander Masterton, of the Manufacturers and Merchants' Bank. 

Manager. William A. Camp. 

Clearing-Souse Coinmittee. 
Jacob D. Vermilye, President of the Merchants' National Bank. 
James M. MopvRison, President of the Manhattan Company. 
Ephraim D. Brown, President of the Mechanics and Traders' Na- 
tional Bank. 
Sylvester R. Comstock, President of the National Citizens' Bank. 
Charles P. Leverich, President of the Bank of New York. 

Committee on Suspensions. 

Jacob Campbell, President of the Pacific Bank. 
George W, Duer, of the National Bank of the State of New-York. 
William K. Kitchen, President of the National Park Bank. 
Edward IIaight, President of the National Bank of the Common- 
wealth. 
Frederick D. Tappen, President of the Gallatin National Bank. 

Committee on Admissions. 

William A. Wh^elocKj President of the Central National Bank. 

William H. Cox, Cashier of the Mechanics' National Bank. 

Amos II. Trowbridge, President of the Second National Bank. 

James Buell, President of the Importers and Traders' National 
Bank. 

Ajji:xANDER Masterton, President of the Manufacturera and Mer- 
chants' Bank. 



A 



The New - York Clearing House, 107 

Committee on Arbitration, 

Robert H. Lowry, President of the National Bank of the Republic. 

William L. Jenkins, Cashier of the Bank of America. 

William II. Macy, President of the Leather Manufacturers' National 

Bank. 
SuEPiiEKD Knapp, President of the Mechanics' National Bank. 
Nathaniel IIayden, President of the Chatham National Bank. 



The Clearing-Ilouse Association is composed of sixty banks, repre- 
senting an aggregate capital of $82,720,000. Of this number, thirteen 
are organized under the banking-laws of the State of New York, and 
the remainder (forty-seven) under the National Banking Law. 

At the time of its organization, fifty-two banks composed the as- 
sociation, with an aggregate capital of $49,103,362; $33,616,638 less 
than its present capital. 

The first weekly statement published by the associated banks was 
on Oct. 15, 1853, and was as follows : — 

Capital, $49,103,362. Loans and Discounts, $87,837,273. Specie^ 
$11,330,172. Circulation and Net Deposits, $46,900,212. 

The statement on Oct. 13, 1866, was, — 

Capital, $81,770,000. Loans and Discounts, $276,443,219. Specie 
and Legal -Tenders^ $88,756,424. Circulation and Net Deposits^ 
$257,035,805. 

On Oct. 5, 1867,— 

Capital, $81,770,200. Loans and Discounts, $247,934,369. Specie 
and Legal -Tenders, $66,222,188. Circulation and Net Deposits, 
$212,503,003. 

On Oct. 3,1868,— 

Loans and Discounts, $269,553,868. Specie and Legal -Tenders, 
$71,997,782. Circulation and Net Deposits, $229,073,983. 

Oct. 2, 1869,— 

Loans and Discounts, $255,239,649. Specie and Legal - Tenders, 
$70,111,937. Circulation and Net Deposits, $217,293,917. 

The percentage of specie to net liabilities on Oct. 15, 1853, was 
24.16 per cent. The percentage of specie and legal-tenders, Oct. 
13, 1866, was 34.53 per cent; Oct. 5, 1867, was 31.16 per cent; 
and Oct. 3, 1868, was 31.43 per cent; and Oct. 2, 1869, 32.27 per 
cent. 

The circulation of the banks of the association, previous to the 
passage of the "National Currency Act," averaged about $8,000,000. 
The smallest amount of circulation reported in the Aveekly statement 
was, $2,720,666, on March 4, 1865. 

The largest amount was in the statement of April 3, 1869, viz. : 
$34,816,916. 



108 



The New - York Clearing House. 



The following twelve banks are the only ones in the city that are 
not members of the "Clearing-House" association : — 



1. Eleventh Ward Bank. 

2. Bull's Head Bank. 

3. New-York County Nat. Bani^. 

4. Fifth National Bank. 

5. Sixth National Bank. 

6. Eii^hth National Bank. 



7. American National Bank. 

8. Stuyvesant Bank. 

9. National Currency Bank. 

10. The Mutual Bank. 

11. The Germania Bank. 

12. The West Side Bank. 



Operations for Sixteen Years, — October, 1S5S, to October, 1869. 

Aggregate operations for sixteen years, — October, 1853, to October, 
1869. I. — The aggregate exchanges for each year. II. — The aggre- 
gate cash balances paid each year. III. — The average daily ex- 
changes for each year, and the average daily balances. 



Oct. to Oct. 

1853—1854. . . . 
1854—1855. . . . 
1855— 185G. . . . 
1856—1857. . . . 
1867—1858. . . . 
1858—1859. . . . 
1859-1800.... 
1860-1801.... 
1861-18G2. . . . 
1862—1863. . . . 
1863—1864.... 
1864—1865.... 
1865—1866.... 
1866-1867. . . . 
1867— 1SG8.... 
1868—1869.... 



Exchanges. 

$ 5,750,455,987 06 

6,362,912,098 38 

6,906,213,328 47 

8,333,226,718 00 

4,756,664,385 09 

6,448,005,956 01 

7,231,143,053 69 

6,915,742,758 05 

0,871,443,591 20 

14,867,597,848 CO 

24,097,196,655 92 

26,032 384,341 89 

28,717,146,914 09 

28,675,159,472 20 

28,484,288,6.36 92 

37,407,028,980 55 



Cash Balances 

paid. 

$297,411,493 69 

289,694,137 14 

334,714,489 33 

365,313,901 69 

314,2.38,910 60 

363,984,682 56 

380,693,438 37 

353,?,83,944 41 

415,530,331 46 

677,626,482 61 

885,719,204 93 

1,035,765,107 68 

1,066,135,106 35 

1,144,963,451 15 

1,125,455,236 68 

1,120,318,307 87 



Average 
Daily Exchanges. 
$ 19,104,504 94 .. 
17,412,052 27 ... 
22,278,107 51 ... 
26,968,371 26 .. 
15,393,735 88 . . . 
20,867,333 19 . . . 
23,401,757 47 . . . 
19,209,520 .38 . . , 
22,237,681 63 . . , 
48,428,657 49 . . . 
77,984,455 20 ... 
84,796,040 20 . . . 
9.'^541,195 10 ... 
93,101,107 11 ... 
92,182,163 87 ... 
121,451,392 81 ... 



Average 
Daily Bal. 
$ 988,078 06 
940,505 38 
1,079,724 16 
1,182,245 64 
1,016,954 40 
1,177,943 96 
1,232,017 00 
1,151,087 77 
1,344,758 35 
2,207,252 39 
2,866,405 19 
3,373,827 81 
3,472,752 79 
3,717,413 80 
3,642,249 95 
3,637,397 10 



THE PHILADELPHIA CLEARING HOUSE. 



To Jan. 



AGGREGATE OPERATIONS FROM MARCH 22, 1858, TO JANUARY, 1839. 



Exclia^ges. 



Cash Balances Average daily Arrrage 

paid. Exchanges. Daily Bali. 



1859 .. 


. . S 663,707,303 78 . . 


... $44,773,131 71 .... 


.. $2,742,59-2 16 ... 


... $185,012 94 


1860 .. 


.. 1,026,715,542 87 .. 


04,213,065 20 .... 


3,322,704 02 ... 


207,809 27 


1861 .. 


.. 1,099,817,007 62 .. 


72,395,749 64 .... 


3,559,278 34 ... 


234,290 45 


1862 .. 


771,071,475 43 .. 


09,863 ,)>49 21 .... 


2,611,656 27 ... 


227,506 93 


1863 .. 


965,684,302 CO .. 


.... 82,874,087 01 .... 


3,125,191 91 ... 


268,200 92 


18(H .. 


.. 1,285,910,085 61 .. 


.... 118,969,.363 89 .... 


4,188,632 20 ... 


... 387.522 35 


1865 .. 


. . 2,037,729,220 87 . . 


.... 148,180,902 84 .... 


6,594.592 94 ... 


479,549 84 


1866 .. 


.. 1,908,.')00,018 72 .. 


.... 160,897,767 33 .... 


6,257,377 11 ... 


627,533 06 


1867 .. 


.. 1,765,682.747 44 .. 


.... 156,401,271 30 .... 


5,732,736 19 ... 


607,796 33 


1868 .. 


.. 1,641,019,118 78 .. 


.... 161,698,267 69 .... 


6,327,984 15 ... 


624,994 37 


1669 . . 


.. 1,740,041,117 30 .. 


.... 165,289,731 44 .... 
$l,245,556,3c« 16 


6,651,404 63 ... 


630,054 97 




^i4,'>j6,477,iM0 92 





Boston Semi-annual Dividends, 109 



BOSTON" SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDENDS. 

From The Boston Daily Advertiser. 



TnE banks have done a profitable business, as usual, and added 
materially to their surplus fund, besides paying the usual large divi- 
dends. Tl)e capital stock on which the dividends were made is, in 
October, 18G9, $3,050,000 larger than in April. Within the past year, 
the following banks have increased their capital: Continental 
National, Oct. 1, 1868, increased from $500,000 to $1,000,000 ; Bos- 
ton National, Dec. 1, 18G8, from $750,000 to 81,000,000; Shaw^mut 
National, Jan. 1, 18G9, from $750,000 to $1,000,000; Freeman's Na- 
tional, April 1,1809, from $400,000 to $600,000; National Revere, 
April 1, 1869, from $1,000,000 to $2,000,000; Second National, April 
1, 18G9, from $1,000,000 to $1,600,000; National Bank of Republic, 
April 5, 1869, from $1,000,000 to $1,500,000; Atlas National, Oct. 1, 
1869, from $1,000,000 to $1,500,000; Blackstone National, Oct. 1, 
18G9, from $1,000,000 to $1,500,000; Howard National, Oct. 1, 1869, 
$750,000 to $1,000,000; National Hide and Leather, Oct. 1,1869, 
from $1,000,000 to $1,500,000. Of the above, only the Freeman's, 
Republic, Revere, Second National, and Shawmut pay on increased 
capital since April last. The total increase within the year ending 
Oct. 1 will be $5,050,000. 

The percentage of dividends payable in October shows little varia- 
tion from those paid in April. The Everett increases from 3J to 4 
per cent. The North has reduced from 5 to 4 per cent, owing to the 
recent defalcation. The Republic pays 5 per cent on the increased 
capital of $1,500,000. Last March, it divided 55 per cent in stock, 
before which the semi-annual dividends had been 6 per cent for 
several years. The Revere doubled its capital in April, and now pays 
4 per cent on $2,000,000, instead of 6 as on the old capital. The 
Second National, Freeman's, and Shawmut pay an increased capital 
and the same rate as before. The Hide and Leather passes its Octo- 
ber dividend, but will come into the regular list in April next. To- 
day its capital stands at par on the books, with nearly a million of 
Government bonds, valued at par. Its success in recovering its posi- 
tion shows the efficiency of its managers, and must prove very grati- 
fying to stockholders. 

The Government will pay, on the 1st of November, $25,426,280 in 
interest on about $847,542,650 November five-twenties. The State 
ot Massachusetts and City of Boston pay the interest on their bonds 
in specie. The gold payments amount to $132,138. The City of 
Charlestown will pay interest on a portion of its 5 and 6 per cent 
bonds. Interest on St. Louis City sixes of 1887 is also due Oct. 1, 
payable in New York. 



110 Boston Semi-anmLal Dividends. 



NATIONAL BANK DIVIDENDS, 1869. 

DIVIDEND. AMOLTfT. 

BANKS. CAPITAL. April. Oct. Oct. 

1869. 1869. 1869. 

Atlantic National Bank $750,000 5 5 $37,500 

Atlas National 1,000,000 5 5 50,000 

Blackstone National 1,000,000 6 6 60,000 

Boston National 1,000,000 4 4 40,000 

Old Boston Nat. (par $50) 900,000 5 5 45,000 

Boylston National 500,000 7 7 35,000 

Broadway National 200,000 5 5 10,000 

National City 1,000,000 4 4 40,000 

Columbian National 1,000,000 5 5 50,000 

National Bank of Commerce. .. 2,000,000 5 5 100,000 

Continental National 1,000,000 5 5 .... 50,000 

Eagle National 1,000,000 5 5 50,000 

Eliot National 1,000,000 5 5 50,000 

Everett National 200,000 3^ 4 8,000 

National Excjiange 1,000,000 6 6 60,000 

Fanenil Hall National 1,000,000 5 5 50,000 

First National 1,000,000 6 6 60,000 

Freeman's National 600,000 6 6 36,000 

Globe National 1,000,000 5 5 50,000 

Hamilton National 750,000 5 5 37,500 

National Hide and Leather 1,000,000 

Howard National 750,000 5 5 37,500 

Market National 800,000 5 5 40,000 

Mass. National (par $250) 800,000 5 5 40,000 

Maverick National 400,000 5 5 20 000 

Mechanics' National 250,000 5 5 12,500 

Merchants' National 3,000,000 5 5 150,000 

Mount- Vernon National 200,000 5 5 10,000 

National Bank of Redemption.. 1,000,000 5 5 50,000 

National Securitv 200,000 4 4 8,000 

New-England National 1,000,000 5 5 50,000 

North National 1,000,000 5 4 40,000 

National North America 1,000,000 4^ 4^ 45,000 

National Bank of Republic 1,500,000 25s 5 75,000 

National Revere 2,000,000 6 4 80,000 

National Rockland 300,000 7 7 21,000 

Second National 1,600,000 6 6 96,000 

Shawmut National , 1,000,000 5 5 50,000 

Shoe and Leather National 1 ,000,000 6 6 60,000 

State National (par $100) 2,000,000 4 4 80,000 

Suffolk National 1,500,000 5 5 75,000 

Third National 300,000 4 4 12,000 

Traders' National 600,000 4 4 24,000 

Tremont National 2,000,000 5 5 100,000 

National Union 1,000,000 5 5 50,000 

Washington National 750,000 6 6 4.5,000 

National Webster 1,500,000 4 4 60,000 



Total, Oct., '69 $46,850,000 $2,250,000 

Total, April, '69 44,300,000 2,103,500 

Total, Oct., '68 42,750,000 2,117,000 

Total, April, '68 42,550,000 2,144,000 

Total, Oct., '67 42,550,000 2,149,500 

Total, April, '67 42,550,000 2,017,000 

Total, Oct., '66 42,550,000 2,138,500 

Total, April, '66 42,550,000 2,144,500 



Boslon Semi-annual Dividends, 111 



BOSTON MISCELLANEOUS DIVIDENDS, OCTOBER, 1869. 

The following is a statement of the dividends and interest money 
to be paid in this city early in October. The American Slice-Tip 
Co^ South Boston Raih-oad, and Berkshire Railroad, pay their divi- 
dends quarterly; and the figures under the headings of October and 
April do not, of course, indicate the amounts paid during the year. 

Div. AmH. 

Oct. Karnes of Companies^ i}c. Capital. April. Oct. Oct. '69 

15 American Shoe-Tip Co $1,200,000 2^ 2^ $30,000 

21 Banf^or City (Mun'pal) 6's, interest about 3 3 10,000 

2 Ban;;or (U.K. issue) 6's, 1874... $500,000 3 3 15,000 

1 Bath City 6's, 1891 200,000 3 3 6,000 

1 1 Berkshire Railroad Stock 320,500 1 ^ 1 ^ 5,600 

1 Boston City Bonds, gold interest 79,600 

1 Boston City 6's, currency interest 4,600 

13 Boston Five Cts. Sav'gs' Bk., interest about 2i 2^ 180,000 

1 Boston Manufac'p (par 1000) .... 600,000 10 6 36,000 

1 Boston & Lowell R.R. 6's, 1879.. 200,000 3 3 6,000 

1 Boston and Sandwich Glass 5,000 shs $4 $4 20,000 

1 Burlington & Missouri Riv. L.G. 7's, interest 3^ 3^^ 125,000 

1 Cambridge (Horse) Railroad.... 727,800 4^ 4|* 32,751 

i 1 Chelsea Horse Railroad, pref 1 10,000 4 4* 4,400 

1 Citv Fire Insurance 200,000 5 5 10,000 

1 1 Eastern R.R. 6's, 1885 160,000 3 3 4,800 

1 Eliot Fire Insurance 300,000 8 8 24,000 

1 Goodyear Dental Vulcanite 1,500,000 3 3 45,000 

1 Hide and Leather Insurance 300,000 4 4 12,000 

1 Hannibal and St. Jos. L'nd G't bonds, int 3h 3A 30,000 

1 Locust Dale Coal Co. 7 's 400,000 3j s} in N.Y. 

1 Mass. State 5's, 1873-74, gold... 275,000 2^ 2% 6,875 

1 Do. (Troy & Gr'nficld) 5's, 1890. 1,166,500 2} 2| 29,163 

1 Maiden and Melrose R.R. 6's.... 75,000 3 3 2,250 

I Middlesex (Horse) Railroad 400,000 3 12,000 

1 Mich. Central RR. bonds, 1882.. 3,613,000 4 . 4 144,520 

1 National Dock Co 300,000 3 3 9,000 

4 New-England Glass Co 500,000 5 5 25,000 

1 Northern (N.H.) R.R. bonds, 1874 117,000 3 3 3,510 

I New-Bedford Citv 5's, 1877-80.. 77,000 2^ 2^ 1,925 

1 Ogdensburg & L.'C. R.R. prcf. . . 1,994,900 4 4 79,796 

1 01d-Cory& N'port R.R. 6's, 1875 458,000 3 3 13,740 

1 Portland Citv 6's int. about 3 3 15,000 

1 Portland Water- Works 6's, gold. 550,000 3 3 16,500 

1 Prescott Fire & M. Ins 200,000 5 5 10,000 

1 Phil., Wil. & Bait. 6's, 187 It.... 370,000 3 3 11,100 

6'8, 1876t.... 172,000 3 3 5,160 

" " 6'8, 1887t.... 486,000 3 3 14,.580 

1 Rhode-Island State 6's, 1883 int. about 3 3 5,000 

1 Shoe & Leather F. & M., Ins 200.000 8 8 16,000 

1 South-Boston Railroad 400,000 2t 2$ 8,000 

1 South-Shore R.R. 6's, 1880 150,000 3 3 4,500 

1 Western R.R. 6's. 1875 756.500 3 3 22.695 



Total $1,137,065 

•Berkshire, CambridKe, and Chelsea Railroads, less State and Government taxes in October, 
and Government only in April. 

tThe Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore bonds are given as the amounts registered 
here, the balance being; payable in Philadelphia. 
X Quarterly. 



112 



The Bank of England, 



THE BANK OF ENGLAND. 

TUE GOVERXOR AXD DlRECTOR3 OF THE BaNK OP EnQLAND. 

December, 1869. — Elected April, 1869. 
Governor, Robert Wigram Crawford. 



1. Henry Hulse Bcrens, 






13. 


John Gellibrand Hubbard, 


2. Henry Wollaston Blake, 




U. 


Charles Frederick Huth, 


3. John William Birch, 




15. 


Alfred Latham, 


4. Travcrs Buxton, 




16. 


George Lyall, 


5. Mark Wilks Collet, _ 




17. 


Thomas Masterman, 


6. James Pattison Carrie, 




18. 


Alexander Matheson, 


7. Benjamin Buck Greene, 




19. 


James Morris, 


8. James Alexander Guthrie, 




20. 


Sheffield Neave, 


9. Thomson Hankey, 




21. 


George Warde Norman, 


10. Baron Heath, 




22. 


Edward Horsley Palmer, 


11. Kirkman Daniel Hodj^son, 




23. 


Albert George Sandeman, 


12. Henry Lancelot Holland, 




24. 


Christopher "Weguelin. 


BRANCHES 


OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND. 


Western Branch, Burling- 




Hull, 




Mancliester, 


ton Gardens, 




Leeds, 




Newcastle-upon-Tyne 


Birmingham, 




Leicester, 




Plymouth, 


Bristol, 




Liverpool, 




Portsmouth. 



LIST OF BANKERS IN LONDON. 

November, 1869. 

Those with a star (*) are under the Limited Liability Act of Great Britain. 

*1 Agra Bank, Nicholas Lane, Lombard Street. 

*2 Albion Bank, 16 West Smitlifield, 2 Bank Buildings, Lothbury. 

3 Alexanders, Cunliffes «& Co., 30 Lombard Street. 
*4 Alliance Bank, Bartholomew Lane, 266 High Street, Borough.f 

5 Anglo-Austrian Bank, 7 St. Mildred's Court, Poultry. 

6 Anglo-Egyptian Banking Co., 27 Clement's Lane, Lombard Street. 
*7 Anglo-Itaiian Bank, 16 Leadenhall Street. • 

8 Australian Joint Stock Bank (Branch), 18 King William Street. 

9 Bank of Australasia, 4 Thread needle Street. 

10 Bank of British Columbia, 5 East India Avenue. 

11 Bank of British North America, 124 Bishopsgate Street. 

12 Bank of Egypt, 26 Old Broad Street, City. 

13 Bank of England, Threadneedle Street; 1 Old Burlington Street. 

14 Bank of New South Wales {Aqencij), 120 Cannon Street. 
»1.5 Bank of Oraj:o, 5 Ad<im's Court, Old Broad Street. 

16 Bank of Uoutnania (London Aifenci/), 13 King's Arm's Yard, Moorgate Street. 

17 Bank of Scotland (London Office), 11 Old Broad Street. 



t Bankers whose checks pass through the Clearing-House, Post-Offlce Court, Loinb»rd 
Street. 



1870.] List of Ba)iker8 in London, 113 

18 B-.mk of Victoria [Tjondon Office), 3 Thrcadneedle Street. 

19 Barber, Son, & Co. (James), 136 Lcadenhall Street. 

20 Bari'lav, Bevan, rntton, Twells, & Co., 54 Lombard Street.f 

21 Bariiett, Iloare, Hanburys, & Lloyd, 60 Lorabaid Street.f 

22 Bi{;j,a'r8tatF, W. & J., 63 West Smithficld. 

23 Bosan«iuet, Srtlt, & Co., 73 Lombard Street.f 

24 Brooks & Co., 81 Ix)inbard Street. 

25 Brown, Janson, & Co., 82 Al)church Lane.f 

26 John Brown & Co., 25 Abchurch Lane. 

27 Central Bank of Western India {Branch), 22 Old Broad Street. 

28 Chartered Bank ol India, Australia, and China, Hatton Court. 

29 Chartered Mercantile Bank of India and China, 65 Old Broad Street. 

30 Child & Co., I Fleet Street, Temple Bar. 

31 Citv Bank, Threadncedle Street, corner of Finch Lane; 34 Old Bond Street.f 

32 Cocks, Biddulph, & Co., 43 Charing Cross. 

33 Colonial Bank, 13 Bishops;;ate Street, Within. 

34 Colonial Bank of Australasia (London Brandi), New Broad Street. 

35 Coramerciiil Banking Co. of Sydney [London A;/ency), 33 Cornhill. 
*36 Consolidated Bank, 52 Threadncedle Street; 450 VVest Strand.f 

37 Coutts & Co., 59 Strand. 

38 Cunlirtfe, Sons, & Co. (Roger), 6 Princes Street, City. 

♦39 Delhi and London Bank, 76 King William Street 

40 Dimsdale, Fowler, & Barnard, 50 Cornhill.f 

41 Drummond & Co., 49 Charing Cross. 

*42 East London Bank, 52 Cornhill; 110 High Street, 
*43 English Bank of Rio Janeiro, 13 St. Helen's Place, Bishopsgate Street 
44 English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank, 73 Cornhill. 

♦45 Fuller, Banbury, Nix, & Mathieson, 77 Lombard Street.f 

♦46 General London Bank, 27 James Street, Co vent Garden. 

47 (ilyn, Mills, Currie, & Co., 67 Lombard Street.f 

48 Goslings & Sharpe, 19 Fleet Street. 

49 Grindlay & Co., 55 Parliament Street 

50 Harwood, Kniy:ht, & Allen, 33 Abchurch Lane. 

51 Herries, Farquhar, & Co., 16 St. James' Street. 

52 Hill & Sons, 17 West Smithfield; 2 Bank Buildings, Cattle Market, Islington. 

53 Messrs. Hoare, 37 Fleet Street. 

54 Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, 32 Nicholas Lane. 

55 Chas. Hopkinson & Co., 3 Regent Street, Waterloo Place. 

♦56 Imperial Bank, 6 Lothburv ; Victoria Street, Westminster.f 

57 Im|)erial Ottoman Bank [London Agency), 4 Bank Buildings. 

58 Ionian Bank, 31 Finsbury Circus. 

59 King & Co., Cornhill, E. C. 

60 Lacy & Son, 60 West Smithfield ; Cattle Marker, Islington. 

♦61 Ixjiidon and Baghdad Batikiiijr Association, 79 Great Tower Street. 
♦62 London Bank ot Mexico and South America, 16 King William Street 
•63 London and Brazilian Bank, 2 Old Broad Street. 

64 I-iondon Chartered Bank of Australia, 88 Cannon Street, City. 

65 London and County Banking Company, 21 Lombard Street.f 
♦66 London and River Plate Bank, 40 Moorgate Street 

67 London Joint Stock Bank, 5 Princes Street, Bank; 69 Pall Mall.f 

68 London and South African Bank, 10 King William Street, City. 

♦69 London and Southwistern Bank, 29 Lombard Street ; 27 Regent Street. 
70 London and Westminster Bank, 41 Lothbury ; 1 St. James Square.f 



114 A List of Discount Brokers^ c&c, London. 

71 Martin & Co., 68 LombartrStreet.f 
*72 Merchant Banking Companyof London, 112 Cannon Street, City. 
*73 Metropolitan Bank, 75 Coraliill; and Hamnicrsmith.t 
*74 Midland Banking Company, 38 New Broad Street. 
*75 Military and Civil Service Bank, 42 Ch&ring Cross. 

76 National Bank, 13 Old Broad Street; 19 Gloucester Gardens, Ba swater.t 

77 National Bank of Australasia [London Office),'^! Cornhill. 

*78 National Bank of India {[jondon Office), 80 King William Street. 

79 National Bank of Scotland [London Office), Nicholas Lane. 

80 National Provincial Bank of England, 112 Bishopsgate Street; 28 Baker StrecLl 

81 Oriental Bank Corporation, 40 Threadneedle Street. 

82 Praed, Fane, & Co., 189 Fleet Street. 

83 Prescott, Grote, Cave, «Sb Co., 62 Threadneedle Street.! 

*84 Provincial Banking Corporation, 7 Bank Buildings, Lot'.ibury. 

85 Provincial Bank of Ireland, 42 Old Broad Street. 

86 Ransom, Bouverie, & Co., 1 Pall Mall East. 

87 Richardson & Co., 13 Pall Mall. 

88 Robarts, Lubbock, & Co., 15 Lombard Street.t 

89 Samuel, Montagu, & Co., 60 Old Broad Street. 

90 Sir Samuel Scott, Bt., & Co., 1 Cavendish Square. 

91 John Shank, 4 Cattle Market, Islington. 

92 Smith, Elder, & Co., 45 Pall Mall. 

93 Smith, Payne, & Smiths, 1 Lombard Street.t 

94 South Australian Banking Company, 54 Old Broad Street. 

*95 Standard Bank of British South Africa, 10 Clement's Lane, Lombard Street. 

96 Stov & Co., 7 Victoria Street, Westminster. 

97 J. & W. S. Stride, 51 West Smithfield; 8 Cattle Market, Islington. 

98 Richard Twining & Co., 215 Strand. 

99 Union Bank of Australia, 38 Old Broad Street. 
*100 Union Bank of Ireland, 52 Moorgate Street. 

*101 United Service Company, 9 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall. 

102 Union Bank of London, 2 Princes Street, Bank ; 14 Argyll Place.f 

103 Williams, Deacon, Labouchere, & Co., 20 Birchin Lane.f 

104 Willis, Percival, & Co., 76 Lombard Street. 

t liaakera whose checks pass through the Cleariug-House, Tost-Office Court, Lombftrd 
Street. 



A LIST OF DISCOUNT BROKERS, FINANCIAL AGENTS, &C., LONDON. 
Financial Agents marked *. 

1 Alexanders, Cunliffes, & Co 30 Lombard Street, E.G. 

2 Thomas E. Barton & Co 48 F:ssex Street, Strand, W.C. 

3 Bartram Brotliers 8 Warnford Court, E.G. 

4 Bennison & Leonard 75 Old Broad Street, E.G. 

5 Brightwen & Co 8 Finch Lane, E.G. 

6 Joseph John Brown 8 St. Benet's Place, Gracechnrch St., E.G. 

7 George Clay & Co 15 St. Benet's Place, Gracechurch St., E.G. 

8 Edgar Corrie 26 Ix)mbard Street, E.G. 

9 Cunliife, Sons, & Co 6 Princes Street, E.G. 

10 Everitt, Lucas, & Go AUhallows Chambers, Lombard St, E.G. 



1870.] 



Banks in Paris, 



115 



1 1 Frecsc & Son 4 Crown Court, Old Broad Street, E.C. 

12 Charles \V. Gibbon 4 St. Michael's Alley, E.C. 

13 J. T. Goodban 11 & 12 Angel Court, E.C. 

14 Philip Gowa 20 St. Mary Axe, EC. 

15 Green, Tonikinson, & Co 5 Nicholas Lane, E.C. 

16 Haarbleicher & Schumann 140 Lcadenhall Street, E.C. 

17 llarwood. Knight, & Allen 33 Abchmch Lane, V^.G. 

18 Hobson & Smith 32 Nicholas Lane, E.C. 

19 Hod<,'son & CouUon 87 Chancery Lane, W.C. 

20 Thomas A. Holmes 48 Threadnecdlc Street, E C. 

21 Ilu^rhes & Law 16 Crosby Hall Chambers, E.C 

22 ♦James Isaake 8 Warnfbrd Court, E.C. 

23 Demetrius Michael Katmakis 8^ Copthall Court, Throgmorton St., E.C 

24 James Knight 27 Bucklersbury, E.C. 

25 Robert Lawes & Co 26 Birchen Lane, E.C. 

26 Rudolph Ixjvy 7 Nag's-head Court, Clement's Lane, E.C. 

27 *John Lilwall 14 Walbrook. 

2S William Sands Luning 12 Copthall Court, E.C. 

29 Nathaniel David Lyon 15 George Street, E.C. 

30 Mathewes & Magrath 31 Abehurch Lane, E.C. 

31 E. B. Meyer 13 Angel Court, Throgmorton Street, E.C. 

32 John Francis Mieville 11 Angel Court, Throgmorton Street, E.C. 

33 B. S. Phillips & Co 19 Birchin Lane, E.C. 

34 Reeves, Whitburn, & Co St. Clement's House. 

35 Richards & Co 2 Adelaide Place, E.C. 

36 Sanderson & Co 7 Nicholas Lane, E.C. 

37 *Smith & Co 61 Moorgate Street, Yj.C 

38 Spencer, Hobbs, & Co 11 George Yard, Lombard Street, E.C. 

39 Stagg & Reed 32 Nicholas Lane, E.C. 

40 Stephens Brothers 58 Lombard Street, E.C. 

41 John Robert Stevens & Son 2 Austin Friars, E.C. 

42 * Warren, Nicholson, & Co 9 Clement's Lane. 

43 White & Shaxson 8 George Yard, Lombard Street, E.C. 

44 Woods Rees 48 Threadneedle Street, E.C. 



BANKS IN PARIS. 



Banque de France. 

Caisscs d'Ainortisement et des Depots et 

Consitxnations. 
Comptoir d/Hseompte do Pi'.ris. 
Caisse D'Epargne et de Prevoyance de 

Paris. 
Cre'dit Foncier de France. 
Banques coloniales. 
Credit agricole. 
Societe generale. 
Conseil D'Administration. 
Succursales dans Paris. 
Societe generale de Credit mohilier. 

" " industriel et commercial. 

Socidt^ anonyme de De'pots et de Comptes 

conrants. 
Societe generale de CnJdit mobilier es- 

pagnol. 
Banque imperiale ottomane. 

30 



Compagnie anonyme du Chemin de fer'et 

des Docks de Saint Ouen Paris. 
Banquiers, Caisses et Societe'sde Credit. 
Societe ge'nerale agricole. 
Banque generale Suisse. 
Banque helvetique. 
Societe generale de Cre'dit mobilier ita- 

lien. 
Banque de Crddit et de Depot des Pays 

Bas. 
Credit lyonnais. 
Caisse d'escompte des Associations popu- 

laires de Credit, de Production, et de 

Consommation. 
Caisse de Pre ts, pour avances surValeurs 

franpaises et etrangeres. 
Comptoir de rAgricuiture. 
Banques, Caisses et Socie'te's de Credit. 
Societes foncieres et immobili^res. 



116 The Bank of England. — Bank -Note Circulation. 



THE BANK OF ENGLAND FOR FIFTEEN YEARS. 

Circulation, Deposits, Loans, and BuiiLiON, at the Close of each Year, 

1854-1868. 







LIABILITIES. 




ASSETS. 




Notes in 
Circulation. 


Deposits. 


Total. 


Securities. 


Bullion. 


ToUl. 




£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


1854 


21,003,000 


14,758,000 


35,761,000 


25,328,000 


13,619,000 


.38.947,000 


1855 


20,430,000 


16,257.000 


36,687,000 


28,620,000 


11,301,OijO 


39,921,000 


1856 


20,728,000 


15,601,000 


36,329,000 


29,484,000 


10,105,000 


39,689,000 


1857 


21,070,000 


19,296,000 


40,366,000 


35,025.000 


8,788,000 


43,813,000 


1858 


21,435,000 


20,490,000 


41,925,000 


26,098,000 


18,985,000 


45,083,000 


1869 


22,413,000 


21,510,000 


43,929,000 


30,117,000 


17,002,000 


47,119,000 


18C)0 


21,482,000 


18,750,000 


40,232,000 


29,433,000 


14,009,000 


43,442,000 


1861 


21,180,000 


18,124.000 


39,304,000 


27,993,000 


14,653,000 


42,646.000 


18()2 


21,129.000 


21,985,000 


43,114.000 


30,961,000 


15,:i51,000 


46,312,000 


1863 


21,730,000 


20.^05,000 


42,535,000 


31,777,000 


13,934,000 


45,711,000 


18()4 


20,771.000 


19.070.000 


39,811,000 


29,570,000 


13,636,000 


43,206,000 


1865 


21,819,000 


18,365,000 


40,184,000 


30,613,000 


13,601,000 


44,214.000 


18r)6 


23,728.000 


22.740.000 


46,468,0(10 


33,110,000 


17,478.000 


50.588.000 


1867 


24.706.000 


23,850.000 


48,556,0(K) 


29,960,000 


22,501,000 


52,521,000 


1868 


24,336,000 


22,409,000 


46,745,000 


.33,935,000 


18,981,000 


62,916,000 



THE BANK-NOTE CIRCLT.ATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. 

Average Aggregate Amount of Notes payable to Bearer on Demand, 
in Circulation in England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland, at 
THE Close of each Year, 1854-1868. 





XNOLAITD A»D WALES. 


SCOTLAND. 


lEBLAKD. 




Years. 


Bank 

of 

England. 


Country Banks. 


Chartered, 


Bank 

of 

Ireland. 


Privste 


FUB 
UNITED 








Private, and 

Joint Stock 

Banks. 


and 

Joint Stock 

Banks. 


KIVQDOM. 




Private 
Banks. 


Joint Stock 
Banks. 


Total. 






£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


£ 


1854 


20,298,000 


3,848,896 


3,072,727 


6,921,623 


4,316,095 


3,260,275 


3,462,374 


.38,2.58,367 


1855 


19.554,000 


3,S42,755 


3,058,169 


6,900,914 


4,400,763 


3,424,025 


3,619,254 


37,898,956 


1856 


19,80S,000 


3,696,543 


3,044,845 


6,741,388 


4,349,383 


3,529,(500 


3,777,703 


38 206,074 


1857 


21,398.000 


3,200,715 


2,(502,310 


6,803,025 


4,305,251 


3..302,.50O 


2,773,223 


37.681,999 


1858 


20,910,000 


3,327,369 


2,877,253. 


6,204,622 


4,355.438 


3,309,750 


3,447,139 


.38,226,949 


1859 


21.886,(00 


3,480,734 


3,017,561 


6,498,285 


4,691,058 


3.509,:i50 


3,8.34.441 


40,379,134 


1860 


20.812.000 


3,338,891 


2,974,096 


6,312,987 


4,688.a39 


3,212.225 


3,835,375 


38.861,426 


1861 


20,789,000 


3,354.244 


2,908,936 


6,263,180 


4,647.726 


2,873 275 


3,533.974 


.38,107,154 


1862 


20,607,000 


3,205,026 


2,875,211 


6,080,237 


4,672,937 


2,670,525 


3,272,243 


37,102,942 


18<J3 


21,355,000 


3,220,0.30 


2,899,660 


6,119,596 


4,639,664 


2,628,600 


3.411,763 


38,054,613 


1804 


20.3.30,000 


3,058,931 


2,754,0(>8 


6,812.999 


4,626,71»6 


2,491,000 


3,-381,706 


36,642,601 


18(55 


21.294,000 


2,977,264 


2,789,654 


6,766,918 


4,9m3,980 


2,744,950 


3,946,290 


.38,656,1.38 


1806 


23,404,000 


2,766,8:8 


2,334,127 


6,101,005 


4,967.168 


2,648,175 


3,8a3,855 


39,924,203 


1867 


24.447,000 


2,854,611 


2,:tt2,414 


6.187,01*5 1 


5,055,794 


2,713,400 


3.702,901 


41,106,120 


1868 


24,128,000 


2,792,450 


2,305,524 


5,097,974 


6,139,060 


2,997,975 


4,057,068 


41,420,667 



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118 



Bankers in Great Britain and Ireland. 



BANKERS IN LEADING CITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN 
AND IRELAND. 

December, 1869. 
Those marked with a star {*) are Branch Banks. 



Belfast. Ulster Banking Company. 
Northern Banking Company. 
Belfast. Banking Company. 
*Provincial Bank of Ireland. 
*I3ank of Ireland. 
♦National Bank. 

Birmingham. *Bank of England. 
Lloyds' Banking Company. 
Birmingham Banking Company. 
Birmingham and Midland Bank. 
♦National Provincial Bank of England. 
Birmingham Town and District B. Cq. 
Birmingham Join^Stock Bank. 

Cork. *Bank of Ireland. 
♦Provincial Bank of Ireland. 
♦National Bank. 
Munster Bank. 

Dublin. Ball & Co. 

Hibernian Joint-Stock Bank. 
Boyle, Low, Pirn, & Co. 
David La Touche & Co. 
Bank of Ireland. 
♦National Bank. 
Provincial Bank of Ireland. 
Royal Bank of Ireland. 
R. Cane & Sons. 
♦Ulster Banking Company. 
Munster Bank. 

Edinburgh. Bank of Scotland. 
♦City of Glasgow Bank. 
British Linen Company Bank (1746). 
♦Clydesdale Banking Company. 
Commercial Bank of Scotland. 
National Bank of Scotland. 
Royal Bank of Scotland (1727). 
Union Bank of Scotland. 
♦Agra Bank. 
♦National Bank of India. 

Glasgow. ♦National Bank of Scotland. 
♦Bank of Scotland. 
♦British Linen Company. 
♦Commercial Bank of Scotland. 
♦Royal Bank of Scotland. 
Clydesdale Banking Company. 
City of Glasgow Bank. 
Union Bank of Scotland. 
♦National Bank of India. 



Leeds. Beckett & Co. 

Wm. Williams, Brown, & Co. 

♦Bank of England. 

Yorkshire Banking Company. 

Bank of Leeds. 

♦Midland Banking Company. 

Leeds & Co. Banking Company, Lim. 

Leeds Exchange and Discount Bank. 

Leeds Mercantile Bank. 

Liverpool. Baring Brothers & Co. 
Leyland & Bullins. 
A. Heywood, Sons, & Co. 
North-western Bank. 
Bank of Liverpool. 
♦Bank of England. 
Liverpool Commercial Banking Co. 
North and South Wales Bank. 
♦Man and Liverpool District B. Co. 
Liverpool Union Bank. 
I. E. Kneeshaw. 
E. W. Yates & Co. 
Alliance Bank. 

Mercantile and Exchange Bank. 
National Bank of Liverpool. 
♦English and American Bank. 
Barnett & Co. 

Manchester. Heywood, Brothers, & Co. 
♦Bank of England. 
Manchester and Salford Banking Co. 
♦National Pi-ovincial Bank of England. 
Manchester & Liverpool District Bank- 
ing Company. 
Manchester and County Bank. 
Union Bank of Manchester. 
CunlifFes, Brooks, & Co. 
Loraas & Co. 
James Sewell & Nephew. 
Consolidated Bank. 
Alliance Bank. 
Robertson, Eraser, & Co. 
Robinson, Coryton, & Co. 

Nottingham. Samuel Smith & Co. 
Moore & Robinson's, Notts Banking 

Company. 
J. & J. C. 'Wright & Co. 
Nottingham J. S. Bank. 
Nottingham and Notts Banking Co. 
Hart & Co. 



Foreign Bankers. 



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Queenstown. *Bjiu1c of Ireland. 

Sheffield. Sheffield Union Bank. 

Sheffield and Hotherhnm Biinkinp: Co. 
SlK-ffield and Ilallamshire Hanking Co. 
ShrlVu'id nankin;^ Company. 



♦Midland Banking Company. 
Southampton. Atherley & Co. 
Hampshire Banking Company. 
♦National Provincial Bank of England. 
Maddison, I'earce, &, Ilankinson, 
♦London and South-western Bank. 



FOREIGN BANKERS. 

Nctmea of Banking -Firms in the Leading Commercial Cities 
in the World. 



(Those with a star ♦ are Branch Bauks.) 



Bills of Exchange and Letters of Credit are issued at New York, payable at the places named. 



Abbeville^, France. Hy. Gavelle. 
Aciipnlco. ♦Lon. Bank of Mexico & S. Am. 
Adbury (A'. ^: W.). ♦Bk of N. S. Wales. 
Adelaide {S. Australia). Bank of Adelaide. 

♦Bank of Australasia. 

Union Bank of Australia. 

♦Bank of South Australia. 

♦Enfjl., Scottish, and Austral. Chart. Bk. 

♦National Bank of Australasia. 
Adelon;^ (N.S. W.). ♦Bk of N. S. Wales. 
Adrianople. John Kerr. 
Afoun Kara-Hissar. ♦Imp. Ottoman Bk. 
Agra. ♦Bank of Bengal. 

♦Agra Bank. 
Aguascalieiitfs. ♦Lon. Bk. of Mex. & S. Am. 
Aidin. ♦Imperial Ottoman Bank. 
Aix-la-ChapiUe. C. Wintgens Oeder. 

Charlier & Scheibler. 

J. Scheins Startz. 

Startz & Schwendler. 
Aix-les- Bains. Ginet & Jacquier. 
Ah/ab. Bank of Bengal. 

♦Chart. Bk.of India, Austral, and China. 
Albnry (N. *S. IF.). ♦Bank of N. S. Wales. 

♦Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. 
Aleppo. John Kennedy. 
Alexandria {Ewjpt). *Bank of Egypt. 

♦Anglo-Eg\ ptian Banking Co. * 

Egyptian Trading Co. 

♦Imi)erial Ottoman Bank. • 

H. Oppenheim, Nephew, & Co. 
Algiers. E. Rev & Co. 

Famarier & Co. 

Gugenheim Frbrcs, & Co. 
Allahabad. ♦Bank of Bengal. 

♦Delhi and London Bank. 
Alicante. Jasper White & Co. 

Tato & Sabrinos. 
Aimer ia. William Barron. 

Fernandez Lopez & Co. 
Altona. Hesse, Newman, & Co. 
Amiens. Deforcevillc «Sb Degore. 

Dufetel, Grimanx, & Co. 



Amaranfe. ♦London and Brazilian Bask. 
Amsterdam. Hope & Co. 

Stadnitski & Van Heukelom. 
Anrona. Le Mesurier & Co. 

Angelo Anan & Co. 
Angers. M. Voisin. 
Angouleme. Sazerae, Deforge, & Fils. 
Antigua. ♦Colonial Bank. 
Antwerp. Agie & Co. 

Nottebohm Freres. 

Jacob Fuchs. 

L. de Terwangne. 
Araluen (N.S. W.). ♦Austral. Joint St. Bk. 
Ararat ( Victoria). ♦Bank of Victoria. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 

♦London Chartered Bank of Australia. 
Arcachon. Saunders &, Trimmer. 
Armidale. Australian Joint Stock Bank. 

♦Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 
Arrow {N. Z.) ♦Bank of New Zealand. 
Athens. ♦Ionian Bank. 

National Bank of Greece. 

Frederick Strong & P. Sculudi. 
Auburn {S.Aust.).*^Sit. Bk. of Australasia. 
Auckland (N. Z.). Bank of New Zealand. 

Union Bank of Australia. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 

♦Bank of Australasia. 
Augsburg. Paul de Stetten. 

Frederic Schmid & Co. 

C. Von Froelich & Sons. 
Avignon. Thomas Freres. 
Avoca. Bank of Victoria. 
Avranches. Gilbert, Jr. 

Bacchus rWarsli ( Vict.). ♦N.B.ofAus. 
Baden-Baden. G. Muller & Co. 

F. S. Meyer. 

F. C. Georger. 
Badulla. ♦Oriental Bank Corporation. 
Baghdad. *Lond. & Baghdad Bkg. Asso'n 

Stephen Lynch & Co. 



120 



Foreign Bankers. 



Bagneres de Bigorre. Villeneuve & Co. 
Bagnc-de Lucca. Maquay & Pakenham. 
Bahia. *London and Brazilian Bank. 

♦English Bank of Rio Janeiro. 

Douglas, Latham, «Sb Co. 
Bairnsdale ( Victoria). *Bank of Victoria. 

♦National Bank of Australasia. 
Basle. Vischer & Sorf. 

Passavant & Co. 

Ehinger & Co. 

Banque Commerciale de Basle. 
Ballaarat ( Victoria). *Bank of Australasia. 

♦Union Bank of Australia. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 

♦Bank of Victoria. 

♦London Chartered Bank of Australia. 

♦National Bank of Australasia. 

♦Colonial Bank of Australasia. 
Barbados. ♦Colonial Bank. 
Barcelona. Compte & Co. 

Vidal & Quadras. 
Barranquilla. ♦London Bank of Mexico. 
Batavia. Bank of Rotterdam. 

♦Chartered Bank of India, Aust., & Chi. 

Paine, Strieker, & Co. 
Bathurst [N.S- W.). ♦Bank of N.S.Wales. 

Australian Joint Stock Bank. 

♦Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. 
Bayonne. Saunders & Trimmer. 

J. R. Graham. 
Beaufort ( Victoria). ♦Bank of Victoria. 
Beaufort, West. Stand. B. of Brit. S. Africa. 
Beechworth {Victoria). ♦B. of N. S. Wales. 

♦Bank of Australasia. 

♦Bank of Victoria. 
Bega {N.S. W.). ♦Commercial BankingCo. 
Biarritz. Saunders & Trimmer. 
Bilhoa. Allen T. Jones. 

Vicente de Diego. 
Bingeii. Valentin Marx. 
Belfast, PoH Fairy ( Vict.). ♦B. of Victoria. 

♦Bank of Australasia. 
Benalla {Aust.). ♦Colon. B. of Australasia. 
Benares {India). Bank of Bengal. 

♦Delhi and London Bank. 
Berbice. ♦Colonial Bank. 

♦British Guiana Bank. 
Bergen. Alex. Greig & Son. 
Berlin. Schickler Brothers. 

Robert Thode & Co. 

Mendelssohn & Co. 

The Discount Company. 

A. Paderstein. 

S. Abel, Junior. 

H. C. Plant. 
Bei-ne. Marcuard & Co. 

F. Gruner Haller. 
L. Wagner & Co. 

Banque Fcderale. 
Berrima {N.S. W.) ♦Com. Banking Co. 
Besanfon. Jacquard & Co. 
Beyront {Syria). ♦Imperial Ottoman Bank. 

Duchesne, Stiissy, & Co. 

F. A. Amsler & Co. 



Blenheim {N. Z.). ♦Bank of New Zealand. 
Blois. A. Blanchon. 
Bogota. ♦Lond. B. of Mexico & S. Amer. 
Bologna. Renoli, Buggeo, & Co. 
Bo)nbala{N.S.W.). ♦Com BankingCo. 
Bombay {India). ♦Land Mortgage Bank. 

♦Delhi and London Bank. 

♦Chartered M, B. of India, Lon., & Chi. 

Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris. 

Grindlay, Groom, & Co. 

Forbes & Co. 

♦Agra Bank. 

♦Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank'g Corp. 

♦Chart. B. of India, Australia, & China. 

Oriental Bank. 

New Bank of Bombay. 

National Bank of India. 
Bonn. Jonas Cahn. 
Bordeaux. F. Samazeuilh & Son. 

J. Violett & Co. 

Goldschmidt & Co. 

H. Cuvillier & Frere. 

Barton & Guestior. 

Nartigues & Rigourdon. 

A. de Luze &> Son. 
Botzen. J. J. Graff & Co. 
Boulogne-sur-Mer. Adam & Co. 
Buenos Ai/res. London & River Plate B. 
Bourke {N. S. W.). *Com. Banking Co. 
Bowen. Australian Joint Stock Bank. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 
Bowenfels {N.S.W.). ♦Australian J. S. B. 
Braga. ♦London and Brazilian Bank. 
Bremen. S. Leurmann & Son. 

Carl F. Plump & Co. 

Veuve J. Lang, Fils, & Co. 

Bremen Bank. 
Breslau. Eichborn & Co. 

G. T. Lobbecke & Co. 
Brest, Lemonnier & Co. 

Chevillotte Freres. 
Brighton {N. Z.): ♦Bank of New Zealand. 
Brisbane {Queensland). Union B. of Austr, 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 

♦Australian Joint Stock Bank. 

♦Bank of Australasia. 

♦Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. 
Bruges. J. E. & L. du Jardin. 
Brussels. Bigwood & Morgan. 

F. Brugmann «& Son. 
Brunn. John Herring. 
Brunsioick. Brunswick Bank. 
Bucharest. Bank of Ron mania. 
Buenos 'Ayres. Bates, vStokcs, & Co. 

♦London and River Plate Bank. 

London & Brazilian Bank. 

Cadiz. John Duncan Shaw. 

Lacave & Echecopar. 
Caen. E. Guilbert & Co. 

E. Bellamy. 
Cairo {Africa). *Bank of Egypt 

Imperial Ottoman Bank. 

H. Oppenheim, Nephew & Co. 



Foreign Bankers, 



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CaloM. Bellart & Son. 

P. Devot & Co. 
Calcutta. Oriental Bank Corporation. 

♦Land Mort^a^ Bank of India. 

♦National Bank oMndia. 

♦Delhi and Ix)ndon Bank. 

♦Chartered M. B. of India, L. and C. 

Bank of Benj;al. 

Grindlay & Co. 

CharU'red Bank of India, Australia, & C. 

Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris. 

♦Ajjra Bank. 

♦Hon«; Kong and Shanghai Bkg Corp. 
Callao. ♦Lon. Bk of Mex. & S. America. 
Cambrai. N. Boniface & Fils. 
Cannes. Francois Ri^^al. 
Canton. Oriental Bank. 
Caf)e Town. Colonial Bank. 

Capo of Good Hope Bank. 

London and South African Bunk. 

Standard Bank of British South Africa. 

Union Bank. 
Carcoar. Com. Banking Co. of Sydney. 
Carbruhe. G. Muller & Cie. 
Carlsbad. Brothers Benedikt. 

Bernard Schwalb. 

A. F. Seifert. 
Cart/iatjena. Andres Pedreno. 
Cassel. Goldschmidt Freres. 
Castlemaine ( Victoria). ♦Bk of Australasia. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 

♦Bank of Victoria. 

♦Colonial Bank of Australasia. 

♦English, Scot & Australian Char. Bk. 
Catania. F. Matthey & Cic. 
Caicnpore. Bank of Bengal. 

Bank of Upper India. 
Ceara. ♦London and Brazilian Bank. 
Cephatonta. ♦Ionian Bank. 

Barff, Hancock, & Co. 
Cette. E. Blouquier, fils et Westphal. 
Chalon. M. Bo-Poulet & Cie. 
Chalons sur Saone. Guichard Potheret. 
Chalons sur Mame. Lequeux Lecat. 
Chamhery. V. Python. 
Chamouni. ♦>!. B rod hag. 
Charleston (N. Z.) ♦Bk of New Zealand. 
Charleville. Lafontaine, Prevost, & Cie. 
Chaux de fonds. Pury & Cie. 
Cherbourrf. Manger Freres. 
Chiltem ■( I Ictoria ) . ♦Ban k of N. S . W. 
Chreswick (V^ictoria). ♦Bank of New 

South Wales. 
Christchirrh ( New Zealand) . ♦Union Bank 
of Australia. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 

♦Bank of New Zealand. 

♦Bank of Australasia. 
Christiana. Carl Christensen. 

N A. Andresen & Co. 

Den Norske Creditbank. 

D^bwad & Son. 
Chnstiansand. Daniel Isaachsen. 
Christianstad. Skanes Enskilda Bank. 



Civita Vecchta. Lowe Brothers. 
Clare {S. Australia). ♦English, Scotch, 
and Australian Chartered Bank. 

♦National Bank of Australasia. 
Clermont ( Queensland). ♦Australian Joint 

Stock Bank. 
Clermont Ferrand. Blanc & Lacombe. 
Clutha Ferry ( Otof/o). ♦Bank of Otago. 
Coblentz. Anton Jordan. 
Coburfj. Schraidt & Hoffman. 
Coimbra. ♦I^ondon & Brazilian Bank. 
Coire. Banque des Grisons. 
CoUxc ( Vic. ) ♦Nat. Bank of Australasia. 
Colerame ( 1 7c.) ♦Nat. Bk of Australasia. 
Colesberg. ♦Stand. Bk of British S. Africa. 
Colima. ♦Lond. Bk of Mexico & S Amer. 
CoUinfjwood ( Victoria). ♦English, Scot- 
tish & Australian Chartered Bank. 

♦National Bank of Australasia. 
Co/or/ne. A. Schaaffhausen. 
Colombo {Cey.). ♦Chartered M. Bank of 

India, L. & C. 

♦Oriental Bank Corporation. 
Constance. Macaire & Co. 

A. Sulzberger. 
Constantinople. C. S. Hanson & Co. . 

Imperial Ottoman Bank. 
Cooma (N. JS. W.) ♦Com. Banking Com- 
pany of Sydney. 
Copenhagen. Private Bank. 

Smidt & Le Maire. 
Cordova. Jose' Jover. 

♦London and River Plate Bank. 
Corfu. James Wm. Taylor. 

♦Ionian Bank. 

Bai-ff&Co. 
Corunna. Edward Santos. 
Cradock {S. A/.). Stand. Bk of Brit. S. Af. 
Creswick ( Vict.) ♦Bank of N. S. Wales. 
Creusnach Beckhard & Sons. 

Sahler & Co. 

Dacca. ♦Bank of Bengal. 
Dalby (Queensland). ♦Com. Banking Co. 
Damascus. Giorgio Marcopoli. 
Dantziq. Gisbone & Co. 

L. H. Goldschmidt & Sons. 
Darmstadt. J. A. Zoeppritz. 

Bk fur Handel und Industrie. 
Dieppe. Osniont, Dufour, & Co. 
Dijon. Maloir & Guyon. 

Guiot, Chanut, & Co. 
Dominica. ♦Colonial Bank. 
Dai/lesford. ♦Bank of Victoria. 

♦National Bank of Australasia. 

♦Colonial Bank of Australasia. 
Dellii {India). Bank of Beogal. 

Delhi Bank. 

Delhi and London Bank. 
Demerara. ♦Colonial Bank. 

British Guiana Bank, 
Deniliquin (.V.^.ir.). ♦Bkof N. S. Wales 

♦Australian J. S. Bank. 
Donnelly's Credc. ♦Bank of Victoria. 



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Foreign Bankers, 



Drammen. Jacob Borch. 
Dresden. \\. G. Bassenge & Co. 

Robert Thodc & Co. 
Dront/tciin. Jcnssen & Co. 

Hans Knufltzon & Co. 
Dubbo (N.S. \V.). *Com. Banking Co. 

*Australian Joint Stock Bank. 
Dunedin, Otar/o {N.Z.). * Union Bank. 

*Bank of New South Wales. 

*Bank of New Zealand. 

*Bank of Otago. 

*Bank of Anstralasia. 
Dunkirk. De Forcade & Co. 

A. Petyt & Co. 
Dunstan. *Bank of New Zealand. 
Dunstan Creek {N.Z.). *Bk of New Zeal. 
Durango. *London Bk of Mexico «Sb S. A. 
D'urlmn (Natal). Natal Bank. 

Commercial & Agric. Bank of Natal. 

London & South African Bank. 

♦Standard Bank of British South Africa. 

*London & Natal Bank. 
Dusseldorf. Baum, Boeddinghaus, & Co. 

Ea^leliawk, ( Tict.) Bank of Vict. 

*Bank of New South AVales. 
Echuca ( 17c/.) *Bank of New S. Wales. 

*Bank of Victoria. 
Elberfeld. Vonderhydt, Kersten, & Fils. 
Elsinore. Fenwick & Co. 
Ews. Becker & Jung. 
Epsom ( Vict.). *Bank of Victoria. 

Florence. Eyre & Matteini. • 

E. Fenzi & Co. 

French & Co. 

Maquay & Pakenham. 

*Anglo-Italian Bank. 
Eoix. Capedeville aine. 
Eoochow. *H. Kong & Shanghai B. Corp. 

^Oriental Bank. 

*Char. Mercantile Bank of I., L., & C. 
Forbeji {N.S. IF.). *Aust. Joint Stock Bk. 
Frankfort -on- Maine. Koch, Lanteren, & Co. 

Tcist, Bros., & Sons. 

M. A. De Rothschild & Fils. 
Franzenbad. Gib. Bcnedikt. 
Freemantle ( W. Aust.). *Nat. Bk.of Aust. 
Fribo'trf/, Baden. Joseph Santier. 

J. Daler. 
FUrth. Feuchtwanger Fr^res. 
Fyzabad. Bank of Upper India. 

ftialatZc *Bank of Roumania. 
(iaJle. *Char. Mer. lik of India, L., & C. 
Gampola. *Oriental Bank Corporation. 
Gawler (S. Aust ). *Bank of Adelaide. 

*Bank of South Australia. 

♦National Bank of Australasia. 
Cayndah (Queensland). *Com. Bking Co. 
Geelonf] ( Vict). *Bank of Victoria. 

*Bank of Australasia. 

♦Union Bank of Australia. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 



♦London Chartered Bank of Australia. 

♦National Bank of Australasia. 

♦Colonial Bank of Australasia. 
Geneva. Lombard, Odier, & Co. 

H. Brodhag. 

Lucien Pavarin 
Genoa. Grants, Balfour, & Co. 

Granet, Brown, &, Co. 

Anglo-Italian Bank. 
Geraldton ( W. Aust.). ♦National Bank of 

Australia. 
Ghent. Bank of Flanders. 

Verhaghe, De Naeyer, & Co. 
Gibraltar. Archbold, Johnston, & Powers. 
Gipps'Land ( Vict.). ♦Union Bank of Aust. 
Gladstone ( Queensland). ♦Austral. J. S. B. 
Glen Innes (N.S. W.). ♦Bk of N. S.Wales. 
Goolwa. ♦Bank of South Australia. 

♦Bank of Adelaide. 
Gotha. Private Bank. 
Gottenburfi. D. Carnegie & Co. 

James Dickson &'Co. 
Gottinqen. Kettwig & Reibstein. 
Goulb'um (N.S. IF.). ♦Com. Banking Co. 

Australian Joint Stock Bank, 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 
Grabant's Town ( C.G.IL). F. C. & A. Bk. 
Grafton. ♦Australian Joint Stock Bank. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 
Graham's Town (Cape). F.C. & A.Bkg.Co. 

Eastern Province Bank. 

London & South African Bank. 

Standard Bank of British South Africa. 
Granada. Vinda de Rodriqucs. 
Grant, Crooked River ( Vict). *Bk of Vict. 
Granville. Gallien & Toupet. 
Grasse. Honore Isnard. 
Gratz. Charles Greinitz. 
Greufell (N.S. W.). ♦Bank of N. S. Wales. 
Grenoble. Gaillard, Pore, Fils, & Co. 
Grey month (N.Z). ♦Bk of New Zealand. 
Guadalajara. ♦L. Bk of Mexico & S. A. 
Guanaxunto. ♦L. Bk "of Mexico & S. Am. 
Guimaraes. ♦London & Brazilian Bank. 

H a^ue, The. Overklift & Co. 

Scheurleur & Fils. 
Halle. Reinhold Steckncr. 
Hamburgh. Vereins Bank. 

J. Berenberg, Gossler, & Co. 

Hesse, Newman, & Co. 

Nottebaum & Co. 
Hamilton (Victoria). ♦Bank of Victoria. 

♦National Bank of Australasia. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 
Hankow. ♦Hong Kong & Shanghai B, C. 

*Chart. B. of India, Australia & China 

♦Chart. M. B. of India, Lond. & China 
Hanover. H, Alexander. 

Bank of Hanover. 

M. J. Frensdorff. 
Havana. J. C. Burnham & Co. 

Adot, Spalding, & Co. (AgerUs). 
Havre. Crddit Havrais. 



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123 



Philippe Dcvot & Co. 

Williiim Iselin & Co. 

])*Alkns Si, Co. 

L. lleuzey & Co. 
JIatvke's liaif (N.Z.). *Un. B. of Austral. 
Half {N.S.\V.).*Aust. Joint Stock Bunk. 
Jlayle. Bolithos, Sons, & Co. 
Hmthi-oate ( Vict.). *Bftnk of Victoria. 
Ih'ultllMTQ. Friircs Zimmcm. 

KiJstcr, Vom Ruth, & Co. 
Jlermaiisfadt. N. Goumma. 
Hobart Toicn (Tasm.). *Bank of Austral. 

♦Union Bunk of Australia. 

Bank of Van Dienicn's Land. 

CommcRMal B. of Van Dicmcn's Land. 

Commercial Bank of Tasmania. 

♦Union Bank of Australia. 
Ilokitika {N.Z.). *Union Bank. 

♦Bank of New Zealand. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 
Jlonthitrq. B. J. Goldschmidt. 

Solomon Worraser. 

Cluutered Commercial Bank. 
Honda. ♦Lond. B. of Mexico & S. Amer. 
Honff Konrj {China). ^Oriental Bank. 

♦Chartered M. B. of Ind., Lond. & Chi. 

♦Chartered Bk of India, Austral. & Chi. 

♦Central Bank of Western India. 

♦Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris. 

Honjj; Kong: and Shanghai Bkg Corp. 

♦Agra Bank. 
Hyeres. Henri Aguillar & Co. 

Ibl'ailSl. Bank of Boumania. 
IiujUu-ofKl ( Vict.). ♦Bank of N. S. Wales. 

♦Bank of Victoria. 
Innspruck. F. J. Habtmann. 

J. G. Tschurtschenthalcr. 
Tnterhhen. Caisse d'Escompte. 

{Qneensland). ♦B. of Australasia. 
k of New South Wales, 
.vuatralian Joint Stock Bank. 
Isdil. Carl Gottwald. 

Jaffa (Sj/ria). Loewenthal & Co. 

C. F. Spittler &. Co. 
Jaffua. ♦Oriental Bank Corporation. 
Jena. Julius Elkans. 
Jerez de la Frontera. Mackenzie & Co. 
Jertistdem. M. P. Berghe.ra. 

C. F. Spittler & Co. 
JulLulpi^re, ♦Delhi & London Bank. 

Kandy (0///on). ♦Oriental Bk Corp. 

♦Chartered M. B. of Ind., Lond., & Chi. 
Kinvm [N.S. ir.) ♦Eng.,Scot., & Aus.C.B. 

♦Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. 
Kihmre. Colonial Bank of Australasia. 

■ I^.ank of Victoria. 
7v' ,'(';« {./amnicn). ♦Colonial Bank. 

xMv Dowcll & Barclay. 
Kintj William's Town (B.K.). ♦Standard 
Bank of British South Africa. 

Kafifrarian Colonial Bank. 



Kissinqen. E. Maulick. 

II. t\ Kugelmann. 
Konirjsberfj. C. L. Andersch. 
Kooringa {S. Aunt.). ♦Nat. Bk of Austral. 

♦Bank of Australasia. 
Koroit ( Vict.). ♦National Bk of Australia. 
Knrrachee. ♦Agra Bank. 

♦Oriental Bank Corporation. 
Kyneton ( Vid.). ♦Bk of New South Wales. 

♦Colonial Bank of Australasia. 

L.allorc. ♦Agra Bank. 

♦Delhi and London Bank. 

♦Bank of Bengal. 
Leipsic. Frege & Co. 

Becker & Co. 

Knauth, Nachod, & Eiihne. 

H. C. Plaut. 
Liege. Nagelmackcrs & Cerfontaine. 

Ansiaux, Rutten, & Co. 

M. J. Vercour & Co. 
Lille. Rouze Mathon. 
Lima. ♦Ix)ndon Bk of Mexico & S. Am. 

Alsop & Co. 
Lisbon. William Wynn. 

Banco Lusitano. 

Banco Allianca. 

♦English Bank of Rio Janeiro. 

♦London and Brazilian Bank. 

Krus &, Co. 
Larnaca {Cyprus). Imperial Ottoman Bk. 
La RochcUe. Rabut & Seignette. 
Launceston { Tasmania). ♦Bk of Australas. 

♦Union Bk of Australia. 

♦Bank of Van Diemen^s Land. 

Commercial Bk of Van Dieraen's Land. 
Lausanne. Marcel & Son. 

Banque Federale. 
LawrcTice {j\.Z.). ♦Bank of New Zealand. 
Learmouth { Vict.). ♦Nat. Bk of Australas. 
Leghorn. Grants & Co. 

A. Kotzian & Co. 

Maquay &. Pakenham. 

Alex. Macbean & Co. 
Lemherg. Anglo- Austrian Bank. 
Lindau {Ixike Constance). E.&F. dcPfistcr 
Linton { Vict.). ♦Bank of New S. Wales. 
Lucca. Fran. Petri. 

Maquay & Pakenham. 
Lucerne. F. Kniirr & Fils. 

S. Crivelii & Co. 
Lucknoiv {Lidia). ♦Bank of Bengal. 

♦Delhi & London Bank. 
Lock. Bi-.nk of Locle. 
L' Orient. Besne Freres & Co. 
Lubeck. Brothers Muller. 
Lugano. Ag. Cornetta & Co. 
Lyons. Guerin & Sons. 

Credit Lyonnais. 

Evesque & Co. 

Macon. A. Pelissier. 
Madeira. G. H. Hayward. 
Blandy, Fr&res & Co. 



124 



Foreign Bankers. 



Madras. Arbuthnot & Co. 

♦Chartered M. B. of India, Lond., «& Ch. 

♦Central Bank of Western India. 

Oriental Bank Corporation. 

♦Land Mortgage Bank of India. 

♦Agra Bank. 
Madrid. P. Pastor Ojero. 

P. Cascajo & Co. 

Sociedad Espanola de Credito. 

Bayo, Mora, & Co. 

John Clemens & Son. 

Loring Brothers. 
Magdehury. Dingel & Co. 

Teetzmann, Koch, & Alenfeld. 
Maitland, Hunttr's River {N.S. W.). ♦Bk 
of Australasia. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 

♦Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. 
Ufajorca {Austr.). Lond. Ch. B. of Aust. 
Malaga. W. Huelin & Son. 

John Clemens & Fils. 
Malta. James Bell & Co. 

R. Duckworth & Co. 
Manilla. J. M. Tuason & Co. 

Peele, Huhbell, & Co. 

♦Hong Kong & Shanghai Bkg Corpor. 
Mannheim. W. II. Ladenburg & Fils. 

Koster, Vom Rath, & Co. 
Mansfield ( Vict. ) . ♦Bank of N. S. Wales. 
Mantua. The heirs of D. Bassano. 
Maiiuherikia. ♦Bank of New Zealand. 
Maranham. London & Brazilian Bank- 
Marienhad {Bohemia). A. Beuedikt. 
Marseilles. Pascal, Son, & Co. 

Credit Lyonnais. 

Robert Gower & Co. 

H. Folsch & Co. 

Rabaud, Freres, & Co. 

Roux, De Fraissinet, & Co. 
Maryborough {Victoria). ♦London Chart. 
Bank of Australia. 

♦Bank of Victoria. 
Maryborough {Queensland). ♦Commercial 
Banking Co. of Sydney. 
♦Australian Joint Stock Bank. 
Matamoras. Lond. Bk of Mex. & S. Am. 
Mauritius. Mauritius Commercial Bank. 

♦Oriental Bank Corporation. 
Mayence. G. L. Kayser. 
Mazatlan. Lond. Bk of Mexico & S. Am. 
Melbourne { Victoria). Bank of Victoria. 

♦Bank of Australasia. 

♦Union Bank of Australia. 

Colonial Bank of Australasia. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 

♦London Chartered Bank of Australia. 

♦English, Scottish, & Austral. Ch. Bk. 

♦Oriental Bank Corporation. 

National Bank of Australasia. 
Meiningen. B. M. Strupp. 
Memel. J. Ilgenstein & Co. 
Mentone. L. Bioves & Co. 
Messina. F. Melardi & Co. 

CaUler, Walker, & Co. 



Metz. P. J. Chedeux. 

Mathicu Goudchaux. 
Mexico. *Lond. Bk of Mexico & S. Am. 

Martin, Daran, & Co. 

Philipp, Simon, & Co. 
Middleburg. Van der Leye & Co. 
Milan. Uhich & Co. 

Henry Mylius & Co. 

A. Comeno. 
Mirzapore { India ). B an k of Bengal. 
Mistley. Alexanders & Co. 
Modena. A. Verona. 
Monterey {Mtx.). ♦Lon. Bkof Mex. & S. A 
Montevideo. ♦London & River Plate Bk. 

Bates, Stokes, &, Co. 

♦London & Brazilian Bank. 
Montptllier. Tissie Sarrus. 

Blonquier, & Son, & Leinhardt. 

C. Castelnau & Co. 
Montreux {Switz). J. Dubochet Fils. 
Moreton Bay. ♦Jiank of New S. Wales. 
Morpeth {N.S. IF.). ♦Commercial Bkg Co. 
Mortkke { Vict.) ^Bmk of Victoria. 
Moscow. Zenker & Co. 

Prehn & Crabe. 

Achenbach & Cooley, Junior. 
Mossel Bay {S.Africa). Standard Bank 

of British S. Africa. 
Moulins. Michel AUard & Co. 
Moulmein. Bank of Bengal. 
Mount Barker. ♦Nat. Bkof Australasia. 
3Iount Gambier. *Nat. Bk of Australasia. 

♦English, Scottish, & Austral. Ch. Bk. 
Mount Ida {N. Z.). ♦Bank of N. Zealand. 
Mudger {N. S. W.). ♦Bk of N. S. Wales. 

Australian Joint Stock Bank. 
Mulhouse. Schlumberger Ehinger. 

Ferd. KoecWin & Co. 
Munich. Robert de Froelich & Co. 
Munster. Adolph Schmedding & Sohne. 
Murcia. Heredero de D. Simon Sorzano. 
Mun-urundi {N.S. W.). Aust. J. St. Bk. 
Mussooiie. ♦Delhi & London Bank. 

Mussoorie Savings Bank. 
Muswellbrook {N.S'.W.). Aust. J. St. Bk. 

Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. 

IVag^pore. ♦Bank of Bengal. 
Nancy. Jules Elie, 

Lenglet &u Co. 
Nantes. Gouin. Pbre, Fils, & Co. 

Brousset & Fils. 
Napier {N.Z.). ♦Union Bank of Australia. 

♦Bank of New Zealand. 
Naples. Rogers Brothers & Co. 

Iggulden & Co. 

MeuricofFie & Co. 

W. J. Turner & Co. 

Clanson & Co. 

♦Anglo-Italian Bank. 
Narrabri {N.S. W.). ♦C. Bkg Co. of Syd. 
Norracoorte. ♦Nat. Bank of Australasia. 
Narva. D. Zinovieff & Co. 
Ncu/wille {Queensland). *Aust. J. S. Bauk. 



Foreign Bankers. 



125 



•Bank of New South Wales. 

♦Comnjcrciul Bunking Co. of Sydney. 
I^ntaL Natal Bank. 

Afijai>atani. •Oriental Bank Corporation. 
Alison (A.Z). Union Bank of Australia. 

•Bank of New South Wales. 

•Bank of New Zealand. 
Ntu/chatcl. Pury & Co. 
NewcasUe, IlnnUrs Rioer,(N.S. W.). •Bank 
of Australasia. 

•Bank of New South Wales. 

Australian Joint Stock Bank. 
Nvwciistle jJV.Z). •Bank of New Zealand. 
Ntiara-Elia. •Oriental Bank. 
\' r/f^tnonth (N.Z). •BkofN. Zealand. 
t(iu\ihi(t {N.Z.). *Bk of N. Zealand. 
3 E. Carlone & Co. 

A. Lacroi.x & Co. 

Avigdore & Co. 
Nimes. E. Boyle & Co. 

Alphonse Serf. 
NingiM. •Hong Kong & Shanghai B. Co. 
Nuremberg. Loedel & Merkel. 

Gib. Feuchtwanger. 

Mayer Kohn. • 

Odf^sa. Ernst, Mahs, & Co. 
Okurito {N.Z.). •Bunk of New Zealand. 
Olcron. Davantcs Freres. 
Oporto. Van Zellers & Co. 

Mercantile Bank of Oporto. 

Banco LusitJino. 

•London & Brazilian Bank. 

•English Bank of Rio Janeiro. 

•Banco AUianco. 

Sandeman & Co. 
Omn. Manegat Freres. 
Orange (N.S. \V.). •Bank of N. S. Wales. 

•Cora. Banking Co. of Sydney. 
Orleans. Daguet, Scur, & Co. 

A. L. De Forties & Co. 
Ostend. Bach & Co. 

A. & J. Van IsBiihem. 
Otago (N.Z.). *Union Bank of Australia. 

Palermo. Morrison, Seager, & Co. 

Chr. Fischer. 

Thomas Brothers. 

Kuyser & Kressncr. 
Paliiia (Majoria). Canut & Magnerot. 
Pampduna. Vinda de Rihed & Hijos. 
Panama. •Ix)n. Bk of Mexico & S. Ara. 

William De Ronx. 
Para. James Bishop & Co. 
Paris. *Agra Bank. 

John Arthur & Co. 

F. S. Ballin & Co. 

•Bank of Roumania. 

Edw. Blount & Co. 

Bowles, l)revet,& Co., 12 Rue delaPaix. 

Luc, Callaghan, & Co. 

F. M. Chai<;nejiu. 

Claude la Fontaine, Prevost, & Co. 

Comptoir d'Escompte. 



Credit Lyonnais, 6 Boulevard des Capu- 
cines. 

I)c Rothschild F'rbres. 

Desmorest & Ducoing. 

Drexel, Harjes, & Co. 3 Rue Scribe. 

Maurice Ellison. 

P. Gil & Co. 

Henry & Lalonde. 

Hoitinguer & Co., 38 Rue de Provence. 

•Imperial Ottoman Bank. 

Leopold Koenitrswarter & Co. 

M. Ferrere Lafitte. 

Charles Lafitte & Co. 

Lehideux & Co., 16 Rue de la Banque. 

Mallet Frbres. 

Marcuard, Andrd, & Co. 

John Munroe & Co., 7 Rue Scribe. 

Charles Noel & Co. 

Max Reinganum & Co. 

J. W. Tucker & Co. 

U. Zellweger & Co., Rue de Provence. 
Parma. L. Laurent. 

G. P. Campolonghi. 

Cesare Thovazzi. 
Pmramatta {N.S. IF.). •Com. Bkg Co. 
Passau. Joseph Pummerer. 
Patna. *Bank of Bengal. 
Patras. Barff, Hancock, & Co. 

♦Ionian Bank. 
Pan. Bergerot & Co. 

Musgrave Clav. 

British Vice (5on,sulate Bank. 

Merillon, Aine, & Freres. 

The English Bank. 
Pernamhnco. •London & Brazilian Bank. 

•English Bank of Rio Janeiro. 

A. F. d'Oliveira & Co. 

Mills, Latham, & Co. 
Perth ( W. Au8t.). *Xat. Bk of Australasia- 
Western Australian Bank. 
Pesth. C. T. Malvieux. 

*Anglo-Hungarian Bank. 
Picton {N.Z). *Bank of New Zealand. 
Pittermaritzbnrg. Natal Bank. 

•London & South African Bank. 

•Standard Bk of British South Africa. 
Pisa. F. Pevereda. 

Maquay & Pakenham. 
Point de Guile. *Oriental Bank. 
Port Adelaide. •Bank of Adelaide. 

•Union Bank of Australia. 

•Bank of South Australia. 

•National Bank of Australasia. 
Port Albert ( Vict.). *Bunk of Victoria. 
Port Anpusta. *Nat. Bank of Australasia. 
Port Chalmers, Otago {N.Z.). •B. of Otajro. 
Port Elizabeth { Cape of Good Hope). Port 
Elizabeth Bank. 

London & South African Bank. 

Standard Bunk of British South Africa. 
P(jrt Elliot. *Bank of South Australia. 
Portland ( Vict.). *Union Bk of Australia. 

•Bank of Australasia. 



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Foreign Bankers. 



*Bank of Victoria. 
Port Lincoln (S. Aust.). *Bk of Australas. 
Port Louis {Mauritius). ^Oriental Bank. 
Port McDonnell. *Nat. Bk of Australasia. 
Port Victor (Aust.). *Bk of S. Australia. 
Port Wakcjidd [S. Aust.). *Nat. B. of Aus. 
Praduc. Lipmaun Solinc. 
Prahran. *Nat. Bank of Australasia. 

CJueanbeyan [N.S. [r.).*Comincrcial 

Banking Co, 
Queenstoivn [N. Z.). *Bank of Otago. 
*Bank of New Zealand. 

Railg'OOn. Bank of Bengal. 

♦Chartered Bank of India. 
Raspberry {Australia). *Colonial Bank. 
llastadt. E. S. Meyer. 
Ralisbon. Playman & Co. 
Ray wood { Vict.). *Bank of Victoria. 
Regenshurg. Hay man & Co. 
Rheims. Ruinart & Son. 

V. Pommery & Fils. 
Richmond {N.S. [V.). *Bank of N. S. W. 
Richmond {S. A/.). ^Standard Bank. 
Richmond { Vict.). *Nat. Bk of Australas. 
Riga. Jacobs & Co. 

Mitchell & Co. 
Rio de Janeiro. Bank of Brazil. 

♦London & Brazilian Bank. 

♦English Bank of liio de Janeiro. 

Ker, CoUings, & Co. 

Wright & Co. 
Rio Grande do Sol. *Lond. & Brazil. Bk. 
Rome. Freeborn & Co. 

Maquay, Pakenham, & Hooker. 

Plowden, Cholmeley, & Co. 

Macbean & Co. 

Si)ada, riamini, & Co. 
Rostock. Edward Burchard. 
Rotterdam. Cruys van Casteel & Co. 

Schurmans, Gerrit, & Sons. 

A. C. Fraser & Co. 

Bank of Rotterdam. 
Rouen. J. Lc Pickard & Co. 
Rushrorth { Victoria). *Baiik of Victoria. 
Russell {N. Z.). *Bank of New Zealand. 

Saigon {Cochin China). Comptoir d'Es- 

compte de Paris. 
St. Aniaud { V^ict). *Bank of Victoria. 
St. Croix. *Colonial Bank. 
St. Denis {Reunion). Comptoir d'Escompte. 
St. Gall. Banque Federalc. 
St. Galle. J. J. Mayer, Jr. 

Gaspard Zyli. 
St. Kitts. *Colonial Bank. 
*S^. Lucia. *Colonial Bank. 
St. Malo. Lemoine. 
St. Moritz. Banque des Grisons. 
St. Nazaire. Maugat «Sb Fils. 
St. Omer. E. Dencuvillc. 
St. Petersburg. Wyneken & Co. 

Asmus, Simonsen, & Co. 



Thomson, Bonard, & Co. 

Blessig & Co. 
St. Quentin. Lccuyer & Co. 
St. Thomas. *Colonial Bank. 

Bank of St. Thomas. 
St. Vincent. *Colonial Bank. 
Salamanca. Jose de Ojesto y Puerto. 
Sale { Victoria). *Bank of Victoria. 

♦National Bank of Australasia. 

♦Bank of Australasia. 
Salonica. Charles Blunt. 

♦Imperial Ottoman Bank. 
Salzburg. J. Spath, Jr. 
Sandhurst Bendiqo { Victoria). ♦B. of Aust. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 

♦Bank of Victoria. 

♦Colonial Bank of Australasia. 

♦Union Bank of Australia. 
San Remo. A. Rubino. 
San Luis Potosi. *London Bank of Mexico 

& South America. 
San Paulo. ♦London & Brazilian Bank. 
Santa Martha. ♦Lon. B. of Mcx. & S. Am. 
Saiitos. ♦London & Brazilian Bank. 
San Sebastian. Jose y franco Brunei. 
Santander. Lucas Zuniga. 

Jose Martinez Zorrilla. 
Saragossa. Villarroya & Castcllano. 
Schaffhausen. Ziindell & Co. 
Schwalbach. Marcus Berle. 
Sebastopol { Vict.}. ♦Bank of Victoria. 
Seville. Cahill, White, & Beck. 
Shanghai { China). ♦Agra Bank. 

♦Chart. Merc. Bk of Ind., Lond., & Ch. 

Oriental Bank Corporation. 

♦Chart. Bk of Lidia, Austral., & China. 

♦Central Bank of Western India. 

Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris. 

♦Hong Kong & Shanghai Bkg Corp. 
Sienna. Maquay & Pakenham. 
Singapore. Oriental Bank Corporation. 

♦Chart. B. of India, Australia, & China. 

♦Hong Kong & Shanghai Bkg Corp. 

♦Bank of Rotterdam. 

Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris. 
Singleton. Austral. Joint Stock Bank. 

♦Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. 
Smyrna. Salzani, Lociiner, & Co. 

♦Imperial Ottoman Bank. 
Sofala {N.S.W.). Bank of N. S. Wales. 
Somerset {S. Af.). ♦Standard Bank of Br. 

South Africa. 
Souraliaya. ♦Bank of Rotterdam. 
Spa. Henri Ilaycmal. 
Sjxirta {Macedonia). ♦Imp. Ottom. Bank. 
Stafford Town (N.Z.). ♦Bank of N. Z. 
Stawecl { Vict.). Bank of Victoria. 
Stettin. S. Abel, Jr. 
Stockholm. Arfwcdson, Sutthoflf, & Co. 

Stockholms Enskilda Bank. 

Skandinaviska Kredit Aks't. 
Strasburg. Ed. Klose & Co. 

Kschcnauer & Co. 
Stuttgart, Gcbriider Benedict. 



Foreign Bankers. 



127 



G. 11. Keller. 
Suez. Geo. West. 
Sydw-y [N. S. \V.). The City Bnnk. 

•English. Sfottish,& Austral. Cbart. B. 

•Union Hank of Anstraliiu 

•Oiicntal IJunkin;; Corporation. 

Commercial Hanking' Co. of Sydney. 

Bank of New South Wales. 

Australian Joint Stock B. {Ilecul Office). 

♦Bank of Australasia. 

•London Cluirtercd B. of Australia. 

Taciia (Peru). Richter. Yriherrv, & Co. 
Tnvm^nth (.V..S. W.). *Bk of N.S.Wales. 
7 , . {M<xico). «L. B. of M. ^^ S. Am. 
/ //e. Bruce, Hamilton, & Co. 

/ ,7'. J. W. Knechtcnhofer. 

'.. J. II. Keens & Co. 
/ inairiw. *B;uik of New Zealand. 
Tooa^mUi ( (2n'€'>s!an>l). *B. of N.S. W. 

♦Australian Joint Stock Bunk. 
Triji'itz. Kmaniiel Mayer. 
r> :''<n. Faiichibre, Pi>re, «&- Co. 

i'rabaud Brothers. 
Toworisa. Courtois & Co. 
Tours. Gouia Brothers. 
Townsville ( Quernsland). *Bk of N.S. W. 

•Australian Joint Stock Bank. 

* Treves. Keverchon & Co. 
Trieste. Grant, Brothers, & Co. 

Moore & Co. 

D. P. Dutilh & Co. 

J. C. Bitter & Co. 
Trinidad. Colonial Bank. 
Tunis. Alfred Chapelie & Co. 

Garsen, V\U, & Co. 
Turin. Ni;:ra Brothers. 

Vincent Toja & Co. 

Fs. Lonj; & Fils, 

Mylius, La Nicca, & Co. 

llitenliace. *Standard B. of B. S. Af. 

Lms. Briiilcr Thalmessingcr. 
Utrtchr. Vlaer &. Kol. 

Valencia. Trenor &. Co. 

White, Llano, & Vague. 
Valenciennes. E. Lefebre »Sb Co. 

L. Dupont & Co. 

Comptoir dt* Valejiciennes. 
Vawfhan I Vict.). ♦Bank of Victoria. 
Venice. Schielin Brothers. 

S. & A. Blumenihal & Co. 
Vem Cruz. •London Bk of M. & S. Am. 

A. G. Lascurain & Co. 
Verona. Fratella Smania. 
Verriers. I)e Lhoneux Brothers & Co. 
Vev y. P. Genton & Co. 

C. Neyroud & Co. 

George Gins. 
Vichy. Gust. Pommier & Co. 

A. Bulin & Co. 
llctoria {Port Philip). •Union Bkof Aus. 
Victoria ( Vancouiyr's hi.). •Bk of B.N. A. 

*Bank of British Columbia. 



•Chartered Bank of British Columbia. 
Vieniiij. Ilenikstein & Co. 

M. H. Wciker>heini & Co. 

Ani:loOe.stcrreicliische Bank. 

J. II. Stamctx & Co. 
Vfjo. Menendoz, Barcena, & Fils. 
Vi//a Heal. *Lon<lon & Brazilian Bank. 
Villefranche. Avigdor I'Ainc & Fils. 
Vitloria. J. L. Marco & Co. 

Wa8:s:a WavTsa. •Aust. J. S. Bk. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 
Wahgnni/ah. ♦Bank of Victoria. 
Waikouaiti •Bank of New Zealand. 
Waimia {N.Z.). •Bank of New Zealand. 
Wnlhallii (Victoria). ♦Bank of Victoria. 
WaUarvo. ♦South Australian Bkg Co. 

♦National Bank uf Australasia. 
Wani/atnti. ♦Bank of New Zealand. 

•Bank of New South Wales. 
Wangaratta ( Victoria). •Bank of N.S.W. 

•Colonial Bank of Australasia. 
War.-iaw. S. A. Fraenkel. 
Warrnanihool, Poit Fairy ( Vict.). •Bk of A. 

♦Bank of Victoria. 

♦National Buuk of Australasia. 
Warwick (Queensland). Aust. J. S. Bk. 

•Bank of New South Wale<. 
Weddin (N.S. W ). ♦Australian J. S. Bk. 
Weimar. Julius Eikan. 
Wellington ( N.Z. ) . Un ion Bank of Aust. 

♦Bank of New South Wales. 

♦Bank of New Zealand. 

•Bank of Australasia. 
Wellington (X.S. W.). •Bank of N.S.W. 
Wentworth (NS.W.). •Com . B kg Co. 
West Maitland. Australian J. S. Bank. 
West Port { N.Z. ) . •Bank of New Zealand . 
Wiesbaden. Marcus Berle. 
Williamstown ( Vict.). •£. S. & Aus. C. B. 

•Bank of Australasia. 
Windsor ( N.S. W. ) . Bank of N.S.W. 
Wollongonrj (N.S. W.). •E. S. & A. C B. 

♦Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. 
Wood's Point. Col. Bank of Aus"trala.>ia. 

•Bank of Victoria. j 

Worms. P. J. Valckenberg. 
Wurzburg. Gregor Oehninger. 

Vacliaiiflandah. •Bk of Victoria. 
Yarni. J. Backhouse & Co. 
Yarmouth. Gurney & Co. 
Yokohama (.Tapan). ♦CM. Bk of I . L., &C. 

♦Central Bank of Western India. 

•Oriental Bank Corporation. 

•Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corp. 
Yvcrdon. Chs. Constan^on & Fils. 

Zacatecas. •L. Bk of Mex. & S. A. 

Zaiife. •Ionian Bank. 

BarflT, Hancock, & Co. 
Zurich. Gaspard, Schulthess, & Co. 

Pestalozzi-mi-Tha'hof. 

J. Conrad Muralt & Fils. 



128 List of Foreign Bill Drawers, 



LIST OF FOEEIGN BILL DRAWERS 



NEW YORK, DECEMBER, 1869. 

Karnes. Location. Draw on. 

Babcock Brothers 37 William . . .City Bank, London. 

Austin Baldwin & Co 74 Broadway. . " " 

Ballin & Sander 24 Ex. Place. . Union Bank, London. 

*Bowles Brothers & Co 19 William ... 

Bunge, Burlage & Co 45 Ex. Place. .F. Huth & Co., London. 

♦Bank of California (agency). .33 Pine Oriental Bank Corporation, Lond. 

Bank of Montreal 61 Wall Union Bank, London. 

Bank of New York 48 " 

♦Bank of British N.Am. (ag'cy).17 Nassau Bank of British N. Am., London. 

Barclay & Livingston 24 Beaver Coutts & Co., London, 

August Belmont & Co 50 Wall N. M. Rothschild & Son, London. 

*Blake Brothers & Co 52 " George Martin & Co., London. 

Brown Brothers & Co 61 " Brown, Shipley & Co., " 

Chemical National Bank 270 Broadway. .London Joint Stock Bank, Lond. 

Dabney, Morgan & Co 53 Ex. Place. .J. S. Morgan & Co., London. 

Dennistoun & Co 22 " . .Dennistoun, Cross & Co., London. 

Simon De Visser 26 " . .Drake, Kleinwort & Cohen, " 

Drexel, Winthrop & Co 16 Wall Drexel, Harjes & Co., Paris 

Dulman & Scharff 43 Ex. Place. .C. J. Hambro & Son, London. 

♦Duncan, Sherman & Co 9 Nassau Union B'k & Baring Bros. & Co., L. 

*A. Frank & Brother 17 Broad City Bank, London. 

Ilallgarten & Co 28 " Union Bank, I^ondon. 

Richard Irvin & Co 54 Ex. Place. .Samuel Irvin & Co., Glasgow. 

Janssen, Schmidt & Ruperti. .68 Broad Horstman & Co., London. 

Eugene Kelly & Co 21 Nassau Smith, Payne & Smith, London. 

James G. King's Sons 54 William . . . Baring Brothers & Co., " 

♦Knauth, Nachod & Kuline ... 51 Broad Alliance Bank, London. 

Martin, Maas & Co. 48 Ex. Place. .G. & A. Worms, " 

^. G. Marquand 43 Wall City Bank, 

M. Morgan's Sons 37 William . . .London Joint Stock Bank, Lend. 

♦Morton, Bliss & Co 30 Broad Morton, Rose & Co., London. 

♦John Munroe &Co 8 Wall Munroe & Co., Paris. 

Merchants' Bank of Canada. . . 7 New London Joint Stock Bank. 

National Bank of Commerce. .31 Nassau Baring Brothers & Co., London. 

National Park Bank 214 Broadway. .Union Bank, London. 

W. C. Pickersgill & Co 29 William . . .Fielden Brothers & Co., Liverpool 

*Rider & Cortis 73 Broadway. .Royal Bank of Ireland. Dublin. 

James Robb, King & Co 56 Wall Robert Benson & Co., London. 

C. B, Richard & R)a8 6 Barclay C. J. Hambro & Sons, London. 

J. & W. Seligman 50 Ex. Place. .Seligman Brothers. London. 

*F. Schuchardt & Sons 40 " . .London Joint Stock Bank. 

A. D. Selleck 37 Pine 

J. & J. Stuart & Co 33 Nassau Smith, Pavne & Smith, London. 

Smith, Randolph & Co 3 " C. J. Hambro & Son, « 

Philip Speyer & Co 20 Ex. Place. .Speyer Brothers. London. 

♦Stoker, Taylor & Co 21 Nassau . . .City Bank, London. 



List of Foreign Bill Drawers. 129 

» 

Name$. Location. « Draw on. 

Tapscott BriJthers 86 South W. Tapscott & Co., Liverpool. 

Taylor Brothers 17 Wall Union Bank, London 

L. Von Hotfman & Co Hanover. . .R. Raphael & Sons. 

Ward & Ca. 54 Wall Union Bank of London. 

B. G. &. Q. C. Ward 53 " Baring Brothers & Co., London. 

V/ard. Campbell & Co 56 " 

Wells, Fargo & Co 82 Broadway. .Union Bank, London. 

♦Williama & Guion 71 Wall A. S. Petrie & Co., London, and 

Guion & Co., LiveriJ(X)l. 



* The card of this Hoose may bo found ia The Mebcuants and Bankebs* Aluanao 
for ISTO. 



•»• Many of these parties draw also on other London Houses, and also draw on Paris and 
other Continental cities. 



FOREIGN BILL DRAWERS IN BOSTON. 

Names. Location. Draw on. 

Bowles Brothers & Co 76 State Bowles Brothers, Paris. 

Blake Brothers & Co 28 " Geo. Martin & Co., London. 

Kidder, Peabody & Co 40 " J. W. Tucker & Co., Paris. 

J. B. Moors & Co. 70 " G. & A. Worms, London. 

Page, Richardson & Co 70 " City Bank, London. 

Second National Bank Sears' Building. Union Bank, London. 

S. G. & G. C. Ward 28 State Baring Brothers & Co., London. 



Standard Works on Foreign Exchange, &c. 



I.— r^ondon and New York Eqiiivalent§ for United Stnf es 

Pocnriti.s (r.iMMitiil at all values of gold and rates for exchange. These tables show the American 
- of London prices for United States stocks and shares, at all values of money 
xchanse ; that is, 9J per cent, premium. 
. . . , . )oi: form, morocco, $2. 

II.— {Sterling^ Exchange Tablc§. 

"' inverting sterling into currency, and currency into sterling, from par to 12} per 

C' ; increasinsby one-eichth of on« per cent, in which the value of every part of the 

P' — inz by one p<>nny. at all the diflferent rates of exchange, is given at sight 

Otit volume, octavo, price $2.50. 

III.— Tables of Advance on Sterlings ITIonef . 

TnWe^ of advance on sterling money, on a correct basis, as established by Congress, Jnly 27 

*- ■" ' - to 100 per cent on any amount from a farthing to five hundred pounds sterling 

tie value of sterling money at from five to ten dollars per pound, increasing by ten 

aty cents to the pound, and on any amount from one farthing to five hundred 

r 

IV.— Frencli Exchangee Tables. 

Tables of French exchance, showing the value of francs and centimes in dollars and cents, at all 
t!w different rates of exchaneo from francs 5.00 to francs h.f^ per dollar. increasinsby5-S centimes: 
also, at the nominal par of 5.88J, and at the rate established by the Treasury for the payment ot 
duties. 



130 



The Railroads of the United States, 



THE RAILROADS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Manual of the Railroads of the United States for \^^^-10 ; showing 
their Mileage, Stocks, Bonds, Cost, Traffic, Earnings, Ex,penses^ 
and Organizations, with a Sketch of their Rise, Progress, Infla- 
ences, &c. / together with an A2)pendix, containing a full Analysis of 
the Debts of the United States and of the several States, by Henry 
V. PooB. One volume octavo, pp. 600. Price, Five Dollars. 



From the opening of the first raih*oad, in 1830, to 1848, inclusive, a 
period of 19 years, 5,996 miles of line had been completed ; being an 
average of 310 miles annually. From 1848 to the breaking out of 
the great civil war, a period of twelve years, 24,637 miles of railroad 
were opened, being at the rate of 2,053 miles annually. During the 
war, the mileage constructed fell off largely. No lines of any impor- 
tance were opened in the South. The aggregate mileage constructed 
since 1860, a period of eiglit years, has been 11,642, an average of 
1,455 yearly. During the past year, 2,979 miles have been construct- 
ed, — a greater number than for any previous year, with one excep- 
tion. The activity and enterprise so strikingly displayed from 1848 
to 1860 has again taken full possession of our people. There never 
was, in fact, so large an amount of mileage in progress as at the pres- 
ent moment. 

The following tables will show the number of miles of railroad in 
operation in the United States, and in the several States, for each 
year since 1830 ; also the ratio of such mileage to the area and popu- 
lation of the several States : — 



Tear. 


vfii«» ,'r. Annual 
Miles in ineroa^eof 


Tear. 


Miles in 


Annual 
increase of 


Tear. 


Miles in J 


Annual 
n crease of 




operation. 


mileage. 




operation. 


mileage. 




operation. 


mileage. 


1830. 


23.. 


. 


1837. 


... 1,497. 


... 224 


1844. 


... 4,377. 


... 192 


1831. 


95.. 


. 72 


1838. 


. .. 1,913. 


... 416 


1845. 


... 4,633. 


... 2.56 


1832. 


. .. 229.. 


. 134 


1839. 


... 2,302. 


... 389 


1846. 


. .. 4,930. 


... 297 


1833. 


... 380.. 


. 151 


1840. 


... 2,818. 


... 516 


1847. 


... 5,599. 


. .. 669 


1834. 


. . . 633 . . 


. 253 


1841. 


. .. 3,535. 


... 717 


1843. 


... 5,996. 


... 397 


1835. 


... 1,098.. 


. 465 


1842. 


... 4,026. 


... 491 


1849. 


... 7,365. 


...1,369 


1836. 


. .. 1,273.. 


. 175 


1843. 


... 4,185. 


... 159 


1850. 


... 9,021. 


...1,656 


1851. 


...10,982.. 


.1,961 


1857. 


...24,508. 


...2,491 


1863. 


...33,170. 


...1,050 


1852. 


...12,908.. 


.1,926 


1858. 


...26,968. 


...2,460 


1864. 


...33,908. 


... 738 


1853. 


...15,360.. 


.2,452 


1859. 


...28,789. 


...1.821 


1865. 


...35,085. 


...1,177 


1854. 


...16,720.. 


.1,360 


1860. 


...30,635. 


...1,846 


1866. 


...36.827. 


...1,742 


1855. 


...18,374.. 


.1,654 


1861. 


...31,256. 


. .. 621 


1867. 


...39,276. 


...2,449 


1856. 


...22,017.. 


.3,643 


1862. 


...32,120. 


... 864 


1868. 


...42,255. 


...2,979 



The Bailroads of the United States. 



131 



Statk*! rvT shotcing the Area, Population, and Railroad Mileage in the several States, and 
their rdaiion each to the other, on the \8t of January, 1869. 

Popnlatlon. XfiloB One M!le of Railroad 

States. 8q. Mile«. rpnt^i ToSq. "^J^'V'' '" To To Inhab- 

Total. ^^^^ road. gq. Miles, itants. 

1. Maine . 31,766... 665,000... 20.93... 560... 56.72... 1,187.4 

2. New Ilan.].snirc 9,280... 340,000... 36.64... 667... 13.91... 509.7 

3. Vcrhiont 10,212... 320,000... 31.33... 605... 16.88... 528.9 

4. Mji^^sachusetf^ 7,800. . .1350,000. . .173.08. . .1,425. . . 5.47... 954.4 

5. Rhode Islan.i 1,306... 200,000. . .153.14. . . 125... 10.45... 1,600.0 

6. Connecticut 4,674... 525,000. . .112 32. . . 637... 7.34... 824.2 

New-England States.. 65,038. ..3,400,000. .. 52.28. . .4.019. .. 16.18... 845.9 

7. New York 47,000. . .4,400,000. . . 93.62. ..3,329. . . 14.12... 1,321.7 

8. New Jeret'y 8,320... 900,000. . .108.17. .. 973... 8.55... 925.0 

9. Pennsylvania 46,000. . .3,500,000. . . 76.69. . .4,398. . . 10.46... 795.8 

10. Delaware 2,120... 125,000... 58.96... 165... 12.85... 757.5 

11. Maryland and D.C... 11,184... 800,000... 71. .54... 535... 20.90... 1,495.3 

12. West Vir<,Mnia 23,000... 400,000... 17.39... 365... 63.01... 1,095 9 

Middle States 137,624.. 10, 125,000 73.57... 9,765.. 14.09... 1,036.8 

13. Ohio 39,964... 2,650,000... 66.31 .. .3,398. . 11.76... 779.8 

U.Michigan 56,451 .. .1,100,000. . . 19.45. . .1,199. . 47.07... 917.7 

15. Indiana 33,809. . .1,750,000. . . 51.77. . .2,600. . 13.00... 693.1 

16. Illinois 55,410. . .2,450,000. .. 44.21. . .3,440. . 16.11... 712.2 

17. Wisconsin 53,924. . .1,100,000. . . 20.39. . .1,235. . 43.66... 890.7 

18. Minnesota 83,531... 400,000... 4.79... 572.. 146.03... 699.3 

19. Iowa 55, 04 5... 1,050,000... 19.01 .. .1,523. . 39.14... 638.9 

20. Nebraska and Idaho.. 100,000... 150,000... 1.50... 920.. 108.70... 163.1 

21. Kansas 81,318... 300,000... 3.69... 648.. 125.49... 463.0 

22. Missouri 65,350. . .1,400,000. . . 21.42. ..1,354. . 48.26... 1,0339 

Western States 624,802. .12,350,000 19.76. .16,889. . 36.99... 731.2 

23. Virginia 40,904 ... 1 ,300,000 31.78.. 1,464.. 27.94... 887.9 

24. North Carolina 50,704. . .1,050,000 20.78.. 1,047.. 46.22... 957.1 

25. South Carolina 29,385... 700,000 23.82.. 1,076.. 27.31... 650.5 

26. Georgia 58,000. . .1,100,000 18.97.. 1,575.. 36.82... 699.9 

27. Florida 59,268... 150,000 2.53.. 437.. 135.62... 343.2 

28. Alabama 50,722... 980,000 19.32.. 953.. 53.22... 1,028.3 

29. Mississippi 47,156... 800,000 16.96.. 898.. 52.51... 890.8 

30. Louisiana 41,346... 730,000 17.69.. 335.. 123.48... 2,179.1 

31. Texas 237,504... 750,000 3.16.. 573.. 462 97... 1,461.9 

32. Kentucky 37,600. . .1,250,000 33.24.. 813.. 46.25... 1,537.5 

33. Tennessee 45,600. . .1,050,000 23.03.. 1,436.. 3175... 731.2 

34. Arkansas 52,191.'.. 500,000 9.58.. 86.. 606.88... 5,813.9 

Southern States 750,380. .10,360,000 16.87. .10,693. . . 70.24 969.7 

35. California 188,981.. 600,000 3.17 468.. 40380... 1,282.0 

36. Nevada 112,090.. 100,000 0.86 402.. 278.83... 248.7 

37. Oregon 95,274.. 80,000 0.84 19. .5,014.04. . . 4210.5 

Pacific Sutes 396,345 780,000 1.97 889... 446.84 879.4 

Aggregate ♦1,974,189. .37,015,000. . ..18.83. .42,255. ... 46.73 876.1 

» This represents only the Sutes aod Territories that possess railroads. The total area Is 
about 3, 300,000 square miles. 




132 



Progress of Railroads in the United States, 

PROGRESS OF RAILROAD^ 

A Tabular Statement of iJie Mileage in each State and cluster of 



States, etc. 


1835 


1886 


1837 


1838 


1889 


1840 


1841 


1842 


1848 


1844 


1845 


1846 


1847 
175 


1848 

90 
22S 
103 
790 

68 
202 

1276 

869 
206 
1043 
39 
2^ 

2421 

97 

23 

301 

270 

86 

22 


1849 

168 
336 
214 
94S 
6S 
289 

2078 

1180 
206 

1120 

39 

259 

2804 

97 
55 
319 
270 
86 
62 


1860 


1 Maine 






11 


11 
6 


11 
6 


11 
68 


11 
58 


62 
88 


62 
92 


62 

92 


62 
92 


62 
92 


?45 


2 N Hamp 






467 










990 


4 Mass 


113 


139 


139 
50 


169 
50 
18 

254 

314 
133 
608 
39 
138 

1232 


219 


am 


873 
50 
102 

589 

538 
186 
754 
89 
259 

1776 

61 
23 
86 
138 


435 

50 

176 

811 

636 

186 

789 

39 

259 

1909 

97 

28 

84 

188 


485 

50 

176 

865 

648 
186 
789 
89 
259 

1921 

97 

28 

84 

174 


485 
50 
176 

865 

715 
186 
798 
39 
259 

1997 

97 

28 

84 

206 


667 

50 

202 

978 

721 
186 
798 
39 
259 

2008 
97 


626 
50 

m 

1082 

727 
186 
840 
39 
259 

2051 
97 


718 

68 

202 

1225 

764 
1^ 
1006 
39 
259 

2254 

97 

23 

274 

270 

42 

22 


1035 


5 R Island 


501 50 
36 102 


6"^ 


6 Conn 






40'?{ 


jr. Estates 

7. New York 

8. New Jersey 

9. Pennsyl 

10. Delaware 

11. Md, & D. C 

Mid. A. States.... 

12. W. Virginia.... 


113 

104 
99 

318 
16 

117 

654 


139 

191 
133 
339 
16 
117 

796 


190 

269 
133 
466 
24 
138 

930 


322 

374 
174 
691 
39 
185 

1463 


527 

874 

186 

754 

39 

213 

1566 


2508 

1861 
206 

1240 
39 
259 

8105 
9T 


13. Kentucky 

14 Ohio 


15 


22 


22 


22 


25 


28 


28 28 
84 129 


78 
575 


15. Michigan . . 










44 


89 


238 
80 
22 


238 
80 
22 


34?- 


16 Indiana 










Q9S 


17. IlUnois 














22 


22 


22 


22 


111 


18 Wisconsin 














?0 




































20 Iowa 


































21 Kansas .. 


































22. Missouri... 


.... 
































23 Arkansas* 




































































InCr States 

25. Virginia* 

26 North Car * 


15 
93 


22 
93 


22 

125 


22 
125 


69 
125 


117 

147 
53 
137 
185 


285 

223 

b7 
204 
271 


"869 

223 

87 
204 
823 


405 

223 

87 
204 
868 


437 

228 

87 
204 
462 


499 

228 

87 
204 
516 


544 

270 
87 
204 
576 
88 
46 
42 
40 


738 

808 

87 
204 
609 
38 
46 
60 
40 


804 

803 

87 

241 

609 

83 

91 

60 

. 66 


879 

803 

154 

2(53 

009 

21 

138 

60 

66 


1451 

884 


27. South Car.*.... 
23. Georgia* 


137 


137 


137 
7 


137 
57 


137 
100 


2S9 
643 


29 Florida* 






21 


80. Alabama* 

81. Mississippi*.... 

82. Louisiana* 

88. Texas* 


46 
"40 


46 


46 


46 


46 


46 


46 
14 
40 


46 
14 
40 


46 
26 
40 


46 
26 
40 


46 
42 
40 


183 
75 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


80 


South^n States 


816 


316 


355 


405 


448 


608 


885 


937 


994 


1078 


1158 


1808 


1887 


1495 


1609 


1957 


85 Oregon 


































Pacific States .. 

































































1 









Recapitulation. 



States, etc. 



1835 



18361837 



1838 



1889 1840 1841 'l842, 1848 1844 1845 1846 1847 1848 1849 1350 



J_l_l 



K. E. States.... 
Mid. A. States. . 
Interior States. . 
South'rn SUites. 
Pacific States. . . 



GaAND Total. 



1891 190 

796! 930 

22! 22 

8161 855 



254 
1232 



405 



822 i 5271 5S9 8111 865 865 
1468, 1566; 1776 1909 1921 1997 



69 117 
44S 608 



285 869 405 4=^7 
885, 987 994 1078 



973 1032 122:> 1276 2073 2503 
2003i2051 2-i64 2421 2S04 31o5 

499 544 733 8 4 t.79 1451 
1158 1303,1887 1495 1609 1957 



1098 1278,1497 1918 2802,2818,8585 4026,4185 4877 4688 4980 5699 5996 7365 9021 

I I I I I 11 



♦ We have no reliable data from these States since the year 



Progress of Railroads in the United States. 



133 



IN THE UNITED STATES. 

States at Oie end of each Year, fr<m 1836 to 1864, hoth inclusive. 





ISM 


1868 


1868 


1864 


1866 


1866 


1867 


1868 


1859 


1860 


1861 


1862 


1868 


1S64 


1 


298 


888 


884 


860 


416 


429 


451 


463 


478 


472 


472 


605 


505 


606 


s 


687 


068 


644 


644 


657 


667 


667 


667 


661 


661 


661 


661 


661 


661 


8 


418 


471 


606 


618 


629 


629 


629 


629 


M6 


664 


562 


562 


6S7 


687 


4 


lo-a 


1M7 


1106 


1144 


1264 


1264 


1264 


1264 


1264 


1264 


1264 


1285 


12>5 


12S5 


(V 


OS 


68 


68 


94 


108 


108 


108 


108 


108 


108 


lOS 


108 


125 


125 


6 


461 


496 


496 


496 


496 


690 


600 


690 


601 


601 


680 


680 


680 


680 




8800 


8978 


8168 


8250 


8469 


8577 


8609 


8616 


8663 


8660 


8697 


8751 


8798 


8798 


7 


1898 


M81 


8887 


8584 


8688 


8689 


8661 


2661 


8679 


8682 


2700 


2723 


2792 


2821 


8 


808 


818 


847 


876 


466 


485 


607 


516 


686 


560 


5.S7 


688 


756 


864 


9 


'% 


1872 


1404 


1687 


l.SOO 


1925 


8081 


2840 


2442 


8598 


2302 


8006 


8171 


8860 


10 


89 


89 


41 


56 


79 


115 


127 


127 


127 


127 


127 


127 


127 


11 


874 


827 


827 


827 


827 


827 


862 


852 


277 


886 


886 


408 


408 


408 




8686 


40S7 


46M 


4S17 


6232 


6446 


6716 


6996 


6061 


6854 


6602 


6902 


7254 


7680 


IS 


169 


941 


841 


841 


241 


841 


862 


m 


852 


852 


861 


861 


861 


861 


18 


94 


94 


167 


242 


242 


268 


805 


453 


KM 


534 


549 


567 


567 


667 


14 


6J^S 


756 


120y 


1817 


1406 


1807 


1895 


2651 


2812 


2946 


2946 


8101 


8;311 


3811 


16 


8T9 


481 


481 


444 


474 


501 


602 


642 


737 


779 


810 


858 


89S 


893 


H 


&<» 


75« 


1209 


1817 


1406 


1807 


1895 


1996 


2014 


216:3 


2175 


2175 


2175 


2195 


17 


271 


412 


759 


788 


8S7 


2285 


2502 


2784 


27S1 


2799 


2917 


299S 


8156 


3156 


18 


60 


71 


71 


97 


187 


276 


680 


647 


826 


905 


938 


961 


990 


1010 


19 


























31 
792 


157 


fO 












63 


254 


844 


879 


588 


655 


701 


731 


805 


f\\ 










40 


n 






88 


88 


189 


144 


818 


547 


724 


817 

88 

1253 


838 

88 

1258 


838 

38 

1253 


868 

38 

1253 


925 


?8 






88 


84 


112 


185 


291 


829 


466 


541 


770 


888 


968 


1296 




8211 


2946 


4416 


4818 


6516 


8074 


9618 


11,298 


12^6 


18,241 


13,521 


18,876 


14,440 14,759 


85 


m 


6S2 


752 


889 


9!2 


951 


1187 


116S 


1801 


18T9 


1379 


1379 


1379 


1879 


26 


288 


851 


420 


672 


582 


691 


788 


849 


987 


937 


937 


937 


984 


984 


87 


878 


608 


652 


669 


759 


848 


879 


9.U') 


973 


978 


973 


973 


973 


978 


88 


795 


910 


962 


9-8 


1020 


1165 


1242 


1297 


1871 


1420 


1420 


1420 


1420 


1420 


89 


21 


21 


21 


21 


21 


56 


128 


198 


290 


402 


402 


402 


402 


402 


80 


188 


214 


804 


804 


KM 


4M 


632 


582 


628 


748 


743 


806 


805 


805 


81 


75 


96 


96 


828 


278 


418 


488 


604 


69S 


862 


862 


862 


862 


862 


» 


80 


80 


89 


198 


208 


249 


261 


2S1 


295 


as5 


836 


835 


335 


336 


88 








82 


40 


71 


157 


205 


234 


807 


892 


451 


451 


451 















8885 


2902 


8296 


8840 


4149 


4S98 


6552 


6040 


6777 


7857 


7443 


7564 


7610 


7610 


84 










8 


88 


88 


88 


88 


28 


28 


28 


^3 


147 


R.') 
























4 


19 


19 












...... 






















8 


28 


28 


28 


88 


28 


23 


27 


72 


166 















Recapitulation. 



1351 



8800 29r3 8158 

8636 40>7 4504 

2-211 2946 4416 

2885. 2902 8296 



1854 



4817 
4818 
8340 



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1863 i 1S64 



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5n6 5v»90 6061 6354 6602' (Wti2, 7^54 7580 
9613 11.293 12,276 13,241 13,521 13, ^76l 14,440 14.7^9 
5552 6040 6777 7357 7443; 7564; 7610: 7610 
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1861 ; we therefore give the figures mainly of that year. 



134 



Railroads of the United States, 



RAILROADS OF THE UNITED STATES, JANUARY, 1870. 



states, ifc. Total miles, 

Maine 940.79 .. 

New Hampshire 785.32 . . 

Vermont 653.09 . . 

Massachusetts 1,569.75 . . 

Rhode Ishand 121.47 . . 

Connecticut 806.94 . . 

New York 4,735.91 . . 

New Jersey 1 ,023.65 . . 

Pennsylvania 6,878.36 . . 

Delaware and East Maryland 455.50 . . 

Maryland, and other than above 730.02 . . 

West Virginia 723.75 . . 

Virginia 2,049.11 . . 

North Carolina 1,552.97 .. 

South Carolina 1,439.17 . . 

Georgia 2,095.41 . . 

Florida 613.20 .. 

Alabama 2,039.80 . . 

Mississippi 900.20 . . 

Louisiana. , 928.30 . . 

Texas 2,529.25 . . 

Arkansas 897.00 . . 

Tennessee 1,876.53 . . 

Kentuckv 1,402.85 . . 

Ohio...*. 4,613.96 .. 

Michigan 2,293.26 . . 

Indiana 5,331.10 .. 

Illinois 7,186.45 . . 

Wisconsin 2,779.60 . . 

Minnesota 1,800.00 . . 

Iowa 3,219.28 . . 

Nebraska 449.00 . . 

Wyoming Territory 560.00 . . 

Missouri 3,261.79 . . 

Kansas 1,601.50 . . 

Colorado 350.00 . . 

Utah Territory 365.00 . . 

Nevada 390.00 . . 

California 2,397.60 . . 

Oregon 2,019.50 . . 

Total 76,366.38 . . 



Miles open. 

672.07 . 

685.32 . 

613.09 . 

1,483.70 . 

121.47 . 

698.57 . 

3,636.22 . 

989.65 . 

5,014.45 . 

292. 50 . 

493.52 . 

364.75 . 

1.482.94 . 
1,129.67 . 
1,089.97 . 
1,694.70 . 

440.20 . 

1,036.00 . 

900.20 . 

414 50 . 

572.25 . 

86.00 . 

1,435.53 . 

849.55 . 

3,723.89 . 

1,198.76 . 

2,977.10 . 

4.707.95 . 
1,490.60 . 

823.00 . 

2,140.83 . 

449.00 . 

560.00 . 

1,827.00 . 

930.50 . 

150.00 . 

365.00 , 

390.00 . 

810.60 . 

119.50 . 



48,860.55 



Eecapitulation by Sections. 



North East 

Middle East 

South East 

Gulf and South West. 

N. Interior 

Pacitic and West 



4,877.36 
14,547.19 

7,749.86 
10,573.93 
33,095.94 

5,522.10 



4,274.22 
10,791.09 

5,837.48 

5,294.03 
20,828.63 

1,835.10 



Cost and equip. 

$21,183,000 

22,643,000 

28,788,000 

74,699,000 

5,133,000 

27,359,000 

209,002,000 

74,603,000 

300,556,000 

8,774,000 
31,815,000 
27,869,000 
49,886,000 
29,505,000 
27,849,000 
36,876,000 

9,884,000 
36,421,000 
24,919,000 
17,385,000 
17,006,000 

4,310,000 

46,918,000 

33,512,000 

190,425,000 

48,793,000 

121,162,000 

217,560,000 

60,359,000 

27,860.000 

85,763,000 

26,450,000 

43,300,000 

88,372,000 

39,624,000 

6,000,000 
1 8,000,000 
19.500,000 
46,650,000 

5,700,000 

$2,212,413,000 

$179,805,000 
6.52,619,000 
154,000,000 
180,472,000 
949,667,000 
95,850,000 



Total Jan. 1, 1870 76,366.38 

Increase in Railroad Development in the Year 
Sections. Miles projected. Miles opened. 

North East 64.37 

Middle East 3,538.54 

South East 293.22 

Gulf and South West 1 ,527.45 

N. Interior 8,656.60 

Pacific and West 366.10 



48,860.55 $2,212,413,000 



Total 14,446.28 



254.11 
1,026.59 

185.57 

223.45 
3,976..55 

922.10 



6,588.37 



1869. 

Cost and equip. 
$17,276,000 
85,129,000 
14,978,000 
22,660,000 
189.001,000 
29,664,000 

$358,708,000 



Bank Betuma of the Year 1SG9. 



135 



THE BANKS OF NEW YORK. 
Seve5TT-Tubee in Number. Capital, $84,961,900. 

Leqal Aggregate 

\9K7, Loan$. Specie. Circulation. Depoaita. Teiulera. Clearings. 

Jan. 5. . . . $257,85VJ,4»M) . 8l2,rW,8W .. e32,762,77y .. $202,5:i.{,504 .. f 05,02(5,121 .. $400,987,787 

July 6.... 2<M,301,237 .. 10,6*1,171.. 33,fl0y,.{y7 . . iyl,524,3J2 . . 71,iy<),472 . . 494,08l,yyO 

Jau.4,18C8 -49,74 1.VW .. 12,?^4,014 .. 34,i:J4,:i9l .. Is7 ,070,786 .. 62,lll,v^l .. 483,2Gfl,.'{04 

July :».... >'S 1. 945,931 .. Il,954.7:i0 .. 34,032,400.. 221,000,806.. 72,124,9.39.. 625,»)40,»i93 

Jan.4,180y 269,090,057 .. 20,7.36,122 .. 84,379.009 .. 160,490,445 .. 48,890,421 .. 685,304,799 

Fib. 1.... 26.'>,171,109 .. 27,7{!4,923 .. 34,*i3l,156 .. 190,985,405.. 64,747,569.. 609,300,296 

Mar.l.... 201,371,897.. 20,832,603.. M,247,98l . . 185,210,175.. 60,835,064.. 629,816,021 

Apr. 5.... 262,933,075.. 10,737,889.. 34,816,916.. 175,325,789.. 48,496,.309 . . 837,823,092 

Mays..., 200,4:15.160.. 9,267,035.. 33,972,058.. 1^3,918,505.. 50,495,722.. 703,768,.349 

June 7.... 275,919.009.. 19,051,133.. 13,982,995.. 199,124,042.. 63,2J!«9,429 . . 766,281,026 

Julys.... 25,s..UW.47l .. 2.3,520,267.. 34,217,973.. 179,929,407.. 46,737,263 . . 846,763,.300 

Aug. 2... 2«W,5:W.225 .. 27,871,933 .. 34,068,677 .. 196,416,443 .. 60,101.627 .. 614.455,487 

SfptiB. .. 2<V2.54'.>,»39 .. 17,461,722.. .%3f060,035 . . 191,101,086.. 65,829,782.. 656.889.275 

Oct. 4... 2r.5.2:5<>.rr49 .. 15,902,849.. 34,109,409.. 183,124,.'>08 . . 54,209,088.. 792,893,774 

Nor. 1... 2.">0,m8.8.33 .. 21.920,046.. 34,1.30,249.. 180,82S,882 . . 52.177,881.. 540,450,647 

Dec. 6... 2:)3.235,996 .. .30,6.33,539.. 34.140468.. 182,090,140.. 45,989,274.. 676.011,,384 

" 31... a50.i00,387 .. 31,106,908 .. 34,150,887 .. 179,129,-394 .. 45,034,608 .. 399,355,375 







THE BANKS 


OF BOSTON. 








FORTT- 


SIX IX Number. 


Capital, $47,550,000. 




1867. 


Loana. 


Specie. 


Legal 
Tenders. 


Depoaita. 


National. 


Aug.5 


..$ 96,:J67,558 


.. $ 472,045 .. 


$15,111,084 .. 


$33,.398,850 . 


. $24,055,075 


Jan. 6, 1868.. 


....94,%9,249 


.. 1.406,246 .. 


15,543,169 .. 


40,S56,022 . 


24,626,559 


July 6 


...100,110,8:50 


.. 1,617,6.38 .. 


15,107..307 .. 


43,458,654 . 


25.214,190 


Jan. 4, 1869.. 


....98,423,644 


. . 2,203,401 . . 


12,938,332 . . 


37,538,767 . 


25,151,-340 


Feb. 1 


...103,696,858 


.. 2,161,284 .. 


12,964,225 . . 


40,228,402 . 


. 25,312,947 


Mar.l 


...101, .309.589 


. . 1,237,936 . . 


11,200,149 .. 


35,689,466 . 


25,301,537 


Apl.5 


....96,909,714 


862,276 . . 


11,248,884 .. 


33,504,099 . 


. 24.671,716 


May 3 


...100,127,443 


708,V»63 .. 


12,352,113 .. 


30,735,742 . 


. 25,-^30,060 


June7 


...103,643,849 


640,582 .. 


13,454,061 . . 


38,491,446 . 


. 25,-292,157 


July 12 


...102,6.%3,O48 


.. 3,140,676 .. 


9,595,668 . . 


34,851,745 . 


25,3-35,701 


Aue. 2 


...102,528,844 


. . 2,577,5.38 . . 


10,574,694 . . 


35,797 ,308 . 


25,2-30,893 
25,202,271 


Sep. 6 


...ia3,904.545 


.. l,715.5'->3 .. 


11,792.519 .. 


37.041.045 . 


Oct. 4 


...106.289,208 


652,197 .. 


12,767,004 .. 


36,8S0,894 . 


25,321464 


Nov. 1 


...10:J,4 10.990 


.. 1,.30.3.721 .. 


11,711,185 .. 


35,310,:J04 . 


25,.3'21.519 


Dec. 6 


...103,<J6.<,810 


.. 1,990,720 .. 


11,679,107 .. 


37,342,225 . 


. 25,355,:M>4 



THE BANKS OF PHILADELPHIA. 
Thirty in Number. Capital, $16,155,150. 



Aug. 3, 1867.. . 
Jan. 4, 1868.. 

July 6 

Jan. 4. 1809... 

Feb. 1 

Mar.l 

Apl.5 

May 3 

June 7 

Julys 

Aug. 2 

Sept. 6 

Oct. 4 

Nov. 1 

Dec 6 



Legal Tendera, 

..$16,7-33,198 .. 

...16,782,4.32 .. 

...16,443,163 .. 

...13,210,397 .. 

...14,290,570 .. 

...13,010,508 .. 

...12.109,221 .. 

...14,220,371 .. 

,...16..378,.388 .. 

...14.031,449 .. 

,...ia,618,9ll .. 

...13.07.3,705 .. 

, ... 13 .335.8.'i8 . , 

....13,104.244 . 

....12,901,480 . 



Loana. 
$63,427,840 
62,002,304 
63,653,471 
60,716,999 
62,632,813 
62,251,351 
60,499,865 
61,510.982 
52,820,357 
63,9.37,521 
61,95-3,853 
61,931..372 
62.105.010 
51.5.32,214 
51,968,040 



Specie. 
8302,055 
235,912 
233,996 
352,483 
.302,782 
256,9.33 
189,0a3 
201,758 
169,316 
.303,021 
384,809 
247,:i58 
177,301 
.354 845 
932,468 



Circulation, 
$10,635,925 
10,6-39,000 
10,625,426 
10,593,719 
10,593,351 
10,458,546 
10,622,896 
10,617,315 
10,619,898 
10,618,846 
10.610,233 
10,011,673 
10.598,9-34 
10,597,973 
10,603,252 



Depoaita. 
$38,094,543 
36,621,274 
44,824,398 
38,121,023 
39.677,943 
37,7-35,205 
35,-395,854 
38,971,281 
42,.390,.^30 
41,321,5:17 
39,717,126 
39,212,588 
38,485.284 
37,965,411 
38,878,533 



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COTTON" CROP OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Statemen^t and Total Amoun-t for three Years ending 
Aug. 31, 1869. 

{F'rom the New -York Shipping List.) 



States axd Ports. 



LOUISIANA. 

Export from New Orleans — 

To foreign ports 619,534 

To coastwise ports 222,871 

Stock, 1st September, 1869 770 

Deduct — 

Received from Mobile 36,51 5 

" " Montgomery, Ala.. 2,373 

" Florida 747 

" Texas 7,376 

Stock, 1st September, 1868 1,959 

ALABAMA. 

Export from Mobile — 

To foreign ports 163,154 

To coastwise ports 84,194 

Stock, 1st September, 1869 1,169 

Deduct — 

Received from New Orleans 15.630 

Stock, 1st September, 1868 2,161 

TEXAS. 

From Galveston, &c. — 
To foreign ports (including 3,165 

to Mexico) 83,376 

To coastwise ports 64,505 

Stock in Galveston, 1st Septem- 
ber, 1869 202 

Deduct — 
Received from New Orleans .... 100 
Stock in Galveston, 1st Septem- 
ber, 1868 166 



843,175 



48,970 



248,517 



17,791 



148,083 



266 



Totals, years ending Aug. 31. 



1969. 



794,205 



230,726 



1888. 



579.231 



366.193 



147,817 114,666 185,919 



188 r. 



702,131 



239.516 



Annual Report on Cotton. 153 

Cotton Crop op thb United States {Continued). 



States and Ports. 



From Apalachicola, Jack- 
sonville, &e. — 

To foreij,'n ports 810 

To coastwise ports — Uplands . . 5,816 
Sea Islands 6,748 
Stock in Fernandina, Ist Sep- 
tember, 1869 18 



Dtduct — 
Stock, 1st September, 1868 

GEORGIA. 

ExpoH from Savannah — 

To foreij^n ports — Uplands 161,516 

" " Sea Islands . 6,021 

To coastwise ports — Uplands. . 189,989 
Sea Islands 5,174 

Stock in Savannah, 1st Sep- 
tember, 1869 313 



Deduct — 

Received from Florida — Uplands 240 
" " Sea Islands 4,824 

Stock in Savannah, 1st Septem- 
ber. 1868 696 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

From Charleston, S. C. — 

To foreign ports — Uplands 52,814 

" Sea Islands . 3,995 
To coastwise ports — Uplands. . 142,024 
" " Sea Islands 3,313 
Stock in Charleston, 1st Septem- 
ber, 1869 250 



Bales. 



Totals, years ending Aug. 31. 



1869. 



13,392 



363,013 



5,760 



1868. 



13,392 



From Georgetown, S. C. — 
To Northern ports — Uplands and 
Sea Islands 



202,396 



348 



Deduct — 

Received from Florida — Uplands 156 
Sea Islands 1,700 

Stock in Charleston — 1st Sep- 
tember, 1868 1.945 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

Exjxtrt — 
To coatitwise ports 



202,744 



3,801 



1867. 



34,639 



357,253 



495,005 



58,349 



198.943 



35,912 



240,225 



38,587 



255,965 



162,247 



38,522 



154 Annual Report on Cotton. 

Cotton Crop of the United States {Continued). 



States and Ports. 



VIRGINIA. 

Export — 

To foreign ports 6,253 

To coastwise ports 134,276 

Manuf d (taken from the ports), 20,000 
Stock in Petersburg, 1st Septem- 

teniber, 1 869 5o 

Deduct — Stock, Sept. 1, 1868 

TENNESSEE, &C. 

Shipments from Memphis, Tenn. 247,651 
Nashville, " 65,825 
" " other places in 
Tennessee, Kentucky, &c 75,304 

Stock in Memphis and Nashville, 

1st September, 1 869 94 

Deduct — 

Shipments to N. Orleans, from 
Memphis and Nashville 30,767 

Shipments to Norfolk, from Mem- 
phis and Nashville 34,707 

Received from New Orleans 1,402 

Stock in Memphis and Nashville, 

1st September, 1868 107 



Total crop of the United States, 1868-9 

Decrease from crop of 1 867-8 

Increase over crop of 1866-7 



Bales. 



160,579 
161 



388,874 



66,983 



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Totals, jearsending Aug. 31. 



1869. 



160,418 



321,891 



2,260,557 



1838. 



187,487 



374,860 



2,430,893 
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123,627 



185,712 



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COMPARATIVE CROP GROWN, 1820-1869. 



1868-9. 


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1867-8. 




.2,430,893 


1866-7. 




.1,951,988 


186.5-6* 




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1864-5 


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1863-4 


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1862-3 


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1861-2 


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1860-1. 




.3,656,086 


1859-60 




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1858-9. 




.3,851,481 


1857-8. 




.3,113,962 


1856-7. 





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1855-6. 




.3,527,845 


18.54-5. 




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1852-3. 





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1851-2 3,015,029 

1850-1 2,355,257 

1849-50 2,096,706 

1848-9 2,728,596 

1847-8 2,347,634 

1846-7 1,778,651 

1845-6 2,100,-537 

1844-5 2,394,503 

184-3-4 2,030,409 

1842-3 2,378,875 

1841-2 1,683,574 

1840-1 1,634,945 

18.39-40 2,177,835 

1838-9 1,360,5.32 

1837-8 1,801,497 

1836-7 1,422,9.30 



1835-6.. bales, 1 

18.34-5 1 

1833-4 1 

1832-3 1 

1831-2 

1830-1 1 

1829-30 

1828-9 

1827-8 

1826-7 

1825-6 

1 824-5 

182.3-4 

1822-3 

1821-2 

1820-1 



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,254,328 
,205,324 
,070,438 
987,477 
,038,848 
976,845 
870,415 
727,593 
957,281 
720,027 
569,249 
509,158 
495,000 
455,000 
430,000 



I* Estimated Growth in 18(J6-6, 500,000 bales.] 



Annual Report on Cotton, 



155 



CROP OF SEA ISLAND COTTON. 

This year's Crop of Sea Island Cotton (included in the General Statement) is as 
follows : — 

Florida bales, 6,748 

Georgia G,480 

South Carolina 4,826 



Total, 1868-9 bales, 18,054 

1868-9 bales, 18,054 1860-65 no account 1856-7 bales, 45,314 

1867-8 20,927 1859-60 46,646 1855-6 44,512 

1866-7 33,316 1858-9 47,592 1854-5 40,841 

1865-6 19,015 1857-8 40,566 1853-4 39,686 



EXPORT TO FOREIGN PORTS. 



From September 1, 1868 to August 31, 1869. 



FROM 



New Orleans, Lou.. bales. 

Mobile, Ala 

Galveston, Tex 

Jacksonville, Flor 

Savannah, Geo 

Charleston, S. C 

Norfolk, Va 

Wilmington, N. C 

New York 

Baltimore 

Philadelphia 

Boston and Portland 



To Great 
Britain. 
342,249 
137,484 
57,582 

133678 

53,753 

6,253 



246.311 
9,091 

98 
3,001 



Grand Total, 1868-69 989,500 
Total, 1 867-68 1 ,228,596 



Increase 

Decrease 239,096 



To 
France. 
165,282 

16,133 

810 
20,869 



21,433 



224,527 
197,515 



27.012 



To North 

of Europe. 

73,743 

2,981 

22.629 



12,990 
652 



54,093 
10,094 



[77,182 
[45,042 

32.140 



Other 

F'n Torts. 

38,260 

6,556 

3.165 



2.404 



5,863 



186 



. 56,4.34 
. 84,663 



Total. 

619,534 

163,154 

83,376 

810 

167,537 

56,809 

6,253 



32,770 

19,185 

98 

3,187 

1,447,643 
1.655.816 



28,229 .. 208,173 



CONSUMPTION. 

Total Crop of the United States, as before stated bales, 2,260,557 

Add— 

Stocks on hand, 1st September, 1868 : — 

In the Southern Ports 

In the Northern Ports 



Makes a supply of 

Deduct tJierffroin — 

The export to foreign ports 1,447,643 

Less, foreign included 2,975 

Stocks on hand, 1st September, 1869 : — 

In the Southern Ports 2,772 

In tlie Northern Ports 8,3S8 



Burnt in transit from Cedar Keys to Fer- 

nandina, Florida 203 

Manufactured iu Virginia 20,000 




Taken for home use north of the Potomac and Ohio Rivers bales, 821,924 

Taken for home use south of the Potomac and Ohio Rivers and burnt 173,203 



Total consumed in the United States (including burnt at the ports), 1868-9. . .995,127 



166 



Annual Report on Cotton, 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTION, 1847-1869. 



North of Virginia. 



Elsewhere. 



Total. 



1868-9 bales, 821,924 173,203 995,127 

1867-8 799,817 168,348 968,165 

1866-7 697,367 156,672 854,039 

1865-6 604,085 127,640 731,725 

1862-5 Not ascertained. 

1860-1 650,357 193,383 843,740 

1859-60 786,521 185,522 972,043 

1858-9 760,218 167,433 927,651 

1857-8 452,185 143,377 595,562 

1856-7 665,718 154,218 819,936 

1855-6 633,027 137,712 770,739 

1854-5 571,117 135,295 706,412 

1853-4 592.284 144,952 737,236 

1852-3 650,393 153,332 803,725 

1851-2 588,322 111,281 699,603 

1850-1 386,429 99,185 485,614 

1849-.50 476,486 137,012 613,498 

1848-9 504,143 138,342 642,485 

1847-8 523,892 92.152 616.044 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTION, 1826-47. 



Total. 

1846-7 bales, 427,967 

184.5-6 422,597 

1844-5 389,006 

1843-4 346,744 

1842-3 325,129 

1841-2 267,850 



Total. 
1839-40 bales, 295,193 



1836-7 222,540 

1835-6 236,733 

1834-5 216,888 



Total. 

1832-3 194,412 

838-9 276,018 1831-2 173,800 

837-8 246,063 1830-1 182,142 

829-30 126,512 

828-9 118,853 

827-8 120,593 

1840-1 297,288 1833-4 190,413 1826-7 103,483 



Estimate of the amount of Cotton Manufactured in the Cotton-growing States, in- 
cluding Burnt, taken for Domestic Use, &c., not included in the Receipts at the 

Ports. Thus — 

1857. 1858. 1859. 1860. 1861. 

North Carolina bales, 25,000 26,000 29,000 30,000 33,000 

South Carolina 17,000 18,000 20,000 21,000 24,000 

Georgia 23,000 24,000 26,000 28,000 32.000 

Alabama 5,000 8,000 10,000 1 1,000 12,000 

Tennessee 9,000 .... 10,000 .... 13,000 .... 15,000 .... 17,000 

On the Ohio 38,000 39,000 45,000 49,000 52,000 



Total to Sept. 1 1 17,000 

18G2. 

North Carolina bales, 65,000 . , 

South Carolina 200,000 . , 

Georgia 250,000 . , 

Alabama 120,000 . , 

Tennessee 75,000 . , 

On the Ohio 30,000 ., 



Total to Sept. 1 740,000 

[* Included in the Consumption 



125,000 


143,000 


154,000 


170,000 


18G6. 


1807. 


18C8. 


1869. 


.. 23,000 . 


.. 36,000 .. 


.. 40,000 .. 


. . 40,000 


.. 16,000 . 


.. 26,000 .. 


.. 30,000 .. 


.. 32,000 


.. 22,000 . 


.. 36,000 .. 


.. 42,000 .. 


.. 45,000 


.. 9,000 . 


.. 14,000 .. 


.. 16,000 .. 


.. 18,000 


.. 10,000 . 


.. 16,000 .. 


.. 18,000 .. 


.. 18,000 


.. 35,000 . 


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' North of the Potomac and Ohio Rivers."] 



>3,000 



The quantity of old Cotton remaining in the country, Sept. 1, 1869, not brought to 
the Shipping Ports or Interior Towns, was unusually small, say only 10,000 @ 12,000 



Annual Report on Cotton. 157 

bales, against 15,000 @ 20,000 same time last year. The Stocks in the Interior Towns, 
Sept. 1, 1869, not counted in the Receipts, were 598 bales, against 3,897 same time last 
year. We append approximiite Growths of previous years, in round numbers (about) — 

Bales. Bales. 

1857 3,014,000 1852 3,100,000 

1856 3,335,000 1851 2,450,000 

1855 3,186,000 1850 2,212,000 

1 854 3,000,000 1 849 2,480,000 

1853 3,360,000 1848 2,357,000 



Year. 


Bales. 




Bales. 


1869... 


..2,414,000 


1863.., 


...1,500,000 


1868... 


..2,577,000 


1862.., 


...4,800,000 


1867... 


,..1,650,000 


1861.. 


...3,866,000 


1866 .. 


....500,000 


I860.. 


...4,805,800 


1865 .. 


....300,000 


1859.. 


...4,017,000 


1864.. 


....500,000 


1858.. 


...3,247,000 



The quantity of New Cotton received at the Shipping Ports to 1st Sept. was — in 

Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. 

1869 1,082 1858 8,031 1850 255 1842 3,000 

1868 1,075 1857 100 1849 575 1841 32,000 

1867 200 185G 1,800 1848 3,000 1840 30,000 

1866 150 1855 ...26,079 1847 1,121 1837 @ 9. . .Noacct. 

1862® 5..N0 acct. 1^<54 1,890 1846 200 1836 9,702 

1861 300 1853 6,716 1845 7,500 1835 3,424 

1860 51,600 1852 5,125 1844 7,500 1834 small. 

1859 12,369 1851 3,200 1843 300 1833 large. 

FROM THE OFFICE OF THE SHIPPING AND COMMERCIAL LIST, 
No. 4 Cedar Street, New- York, Sept. 11, 1869. 

The Annual Statement op the Cotton Crop of the United States for 
the year just closed gives the figures in detail for the whole Crop of the Country, whether 
consumed West or East, or shipped to Foreign Ports, except that portion of the 
growth consumed in the interior of the cotton-growing States, taken from the planta- 
tions, and never brought to any point of distribution. We also give an estimate of 
the amount so consumed, including that taken for domestic use, burnt at the gins, 
&c, ; and, as mills are constantly springing up nearer the places of production, this 
item is gradually increasing. To get at the total production of the country, this 
must be added to the amount we give as the crop of the United States. In the crop 
proper is included the amount consumed in the interior of New York, Ohio, Penn- 
sylvania, &c., this item being counted at the usual distributing points of the South-west 
(Tennessee, &c.), and appearing as consumption "North of the Potomac and Ohio 
Rivers," part of it even finding its way to Canada. Pretty large amounts are shipped 
inland, direct to Northern and Eastern mills; for instance, 1,887 bales were thus 
shipped the past year by railroad from Mobile to New York, Philadelphia, Boston, 
Providence, &c., against 5,287 the year before. The quantity going from the South- 
west is included in our shipments from Tennessee, &c. 

It will be understood, that, with increasing facilities of inter-communication every 
year, it is impossible to arrive at the growth of each State separately, though the ship- 
ments, &.C., are necessarily arranged in that way. The time may come when this very 
desirable result may be attained, and the crops of the separate States, as well as of 
the country, arrived at with some degree of exactness. 

The large item of Virginia receipts will arrest the attention of those concerned in 
the cotton trade ; for while the growth of the State has not probably exceeded 30,000 
bales,her shipments and consumption are placed by our statement at 160,418 bales, most 
of it coming inland from South Carolina, North Carolina, and East Tennes- 
see, and not otherwise accounted for, but including this year 34,707 bales direct from 
Memphis and Nashville. We have deducted this amount from Tennessee, &c., in- 
stead of from the receipts proper at Virginia, for the sake of uniformity of com- 
parison, these amounts having been credited to Virginia through the season in all the 
weekly tables of receipts. The result, of course, is the same either way. Some 20,000 
bales have gone this year to Virginia from small railroad stations in Tennessee, 
&c., which last year were shipped Northward direct by rail from Nashville. 

It will be seen that the crop of Florida, as given above, is much smaller than our 
current figures of receipts, as published in our weekly table, have heretofore indicat- 
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been credited to Florida, in our table, whereas the great bulk of the cotton received 
there was from Mobile, via Florida Railroad. 



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Magazine," New Yo7-k. 

New-Yorl£ City. 

BrinckerhofF, Turner, & Polhemus. L. J. Frank & Co., 17 New Street. 

Charles Dwight & Co., 35 Pine. George G. Haven & Co., 17 Wall Street. 

Failures, or Discontinued. — Wilmington, N.C., James G. Burr & Co.; 
Niles, Mich., G. A. Colby ; Albany, Geo., Rust, Johnson & Co. ; Savannah, A. 
Wilbur ; Monticello, Iowa, Gardner' & Eaton ; New York, Bookstaver, Thayer, and 
Slosson ; Phelps, N.Y,, L. B. Hotchkiss. 

Dissolutions. — Foote & Walker, Boston, (succeeded by Foote & French and by 
Walker & Merriam) ; Stowell & Co., Rouseville, Penn. 



ADDITIONAL LIST OF CASHIERS. 



Balch, Mark, Francestown, N.H. 
Brush, J. P., Osage, Iowa. 
Brown, Stewart, Freehold, N.J. 
Bowen, C. W., Centreville, Iowa. 
Burbank, G. A., Hastings, Mich. 
Cheney, James, Logansport, Ind. 
Conger, W. IL, Elkhorn, Wis. 
Case, George M., Fulton, N.Y. 
Copeland, H. C, Brattleboro', Vt. 
Dickinson, C. T., Newark, Ohio. 
Davis, John C, Richmond, Va. 
Eames, Lester H., Ottawa, 111. 
Freeman, J. J., Memphis, Tenn. 
Garretson, H., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Huntington, H. H., Havana, N.Y. 
*Hutchinson, R. R., St. Louis, Mo. 
Ide, W. S., Kansas City, Mo. 
Jenkins, C. H., Oberlin, Ohio. 
Latham, Henry, Indianapolis. 
Mapes, T. J., Chicago, 111. 
*Millcr, Wm., South Bend, Ind. 
Ousely, W. F., Burksville, Ky. 
Pearson, Addison, Chillicothe, 0. 

* Cashiers 



Pattei-son, Joseph, Ashland, Ohio. 
Palmer, Walter B., New- York City. 
Price, Charles H., Philadelphia. 

Rockwell, Charles L., West Meriden, Ct. 
Raynolds, I. L,. Central City, Colorado. 
*Rush, C. W., Woodland, Cal. 
Roehl, Herman, New Orleans. 
Ryon, W. P., Pottsville, Penn. 

Sawyer, Fred. T., Milford, N.H. 
*Street, J. O., Elkton, Ky. 
*Schenck, F. C, Pittsburg, Penn. 
Spence, David C, Lynchburg, Va. 
Stevens, Samuel, Petersburg, Va. 
Shields, William, St. Louis, Mo. 
*Schmidt, Louis, St. Louis, Mo. 
Seibert, William, Paris, 111. 
Thompson, H. A., Indiana, Penn. 
Tuckerman, William, Portsmouth, N.H. 
Wentworth, Paul, Sandwich, N.H. 
*Wernse, H. IL, St. Louis, Mo. 
Wilkins, Samuel F., Boston, Mass. 
Wiswell, C, Elkhorn, Wis. 
Woollen, T. W., Franklin,* Ind. 
Whitney, Wm. L., Pottsville, Penn. 

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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CASHIERS 

IN THE UNITED STATES. 
I>eoeni"ber, 1800. 

Those with a (*) prefixed are Cashiers of State Institutions. 

Hy" Errors or omissions in this List should be reported immediately to the 
Publisher, for correction in the second edition of this work, to be issued in a few 
weeks. 



Abbott, H., Winchester, N. H. 

Abbott, James W., Tamaqua, Pa. ' 

Adams, B.irolay P., Greetiport, N. Y. 

Adams, F. W., Athens, Ga. 

Adams, George, Wheeling, West Ya. 

Adams, George F., Gardiner, Me. 

Adams, James, Jr., Charlostown, Mass. 
*Adams, James, Washington, D. C, 

Adams, J. L., Augusta, Me. 

Adams, John, Jefferson ville, Ind. 

Adams, Joseph, Gardiner, Me. 

Adsit, Charles, HorneJlsville, N. Y. 

Agnew, Edwin I., Newcastle, Pa. 

Ainswortli, Henry, Lodi, Ohio. 
•Albert, J. C, Paoli, Ind. 

Aldricli, W. H., Woonsocket, R. I. 
♦Alexander, Charlton, Paris, Ky. 

Alexander, H. D., Mohawk, N. Y. 

Alexander, Josopli H., St. Charles, Mo. 
♦Alexander, R. B., Louisville, Ky, 

Alkn, George B., Lowell, Mass. 

Allen, George, Waldoboro', Me. 

Allen, Jerome, Greencastle, Ind. 

Allen, J. C, Leominster, Mass. 

Allen, James L., Eminence, Ky. 

Allen, J. R, Piqna, 0. 

Allison, George S., Louisville, Ky 

Amerman. Newton, N. Y. City. 

Amsbury, Jal)ez, Danbury, Conn. 

Anderson, Francis W., Beihel, Vt 
•Anderson, James, Georgetown, Del. 

Anderson, Isaac, Harlem, N. Y. 

Anderson, W. E., Raleigh, N. C. 

Anderson, James, Newtown, Pa. 

Andrews, Darwin, Raeine, Wis. 

Andrews, Edwin, Greenwich, N. Y. 
•Anderson, T. S., Owejisboro', Ky, 

Andrews, John, Newburyport, Mass. 



•Andrews, N. S., Flemina:sburg, Ky. 

Andrews, Thomas E., Holliston, Mass. 

Andros, George W., Taunton, Mass. 
•Angel, Lewis L., Watertown, N. Y. 

Angell, Joiin W., Providence, R. L 

Ankeuey, John S., Xenia, Ohio. 

Archer, Allen L., Petersburg, Va. 

Armstrong, George D., Wilmington, Del 

Armstrong, T. D., Mt. Holly, N. J 

Arnold, George, Gettysburg, Pa. 

Arnold, George W., Clarion, Pa. 

Arnold, Joseph, Birmingham, Conn. 

Arnold, Olney, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Arnold, 0. B., Meriden, Conn. 

Arnold, Samuel, Curwinsville, Pa. 

Arnold, Weston, Galesburg, 111. 

Arnot, John, Jr., Elmira, N. Y. 

Arnot, M. H., Elmira, N. Y. 

Arthur, Thomas, Newton, Iowa. 

Arthurs, Richard, Brookville, Pa. 

Atchison, John S., Helena, Montaua. 

Atwood, David, Millbury, Mass. 
♦Augustin, Nuraa, New Orleans. 

Avery, David A., Cooperstown, N. Y. 

Baar§, J. F., G. Rapids, Mich. 
Babbage, Richard A., Dubuque, Iowa. 
Babbingt >n, John, Knoxville, III, 
♦Babbitt, A., Okolona, Miss. 
Baber, Asa J., Paris, 111, 
Babson, WiUiam, Gloucester, Mass. 
Bagley, George F., Salisbury, Mass 
Bailey, Francis P., Erie, Pa. 
Bailey, Frederick S., Springfield, Mass. 
Baker, Daniel A., Norvvalk, Ohio. 
Bailey, R. F., Galva, 111. 
Bailey, S. W. Fairhaven, Vt. 
Baker, Francis, South Danvers, Mass. 



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Baker, George F., New York City. 

Baker, T. L., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Balch, Charles E., Manchester, N. H. 

Baleli, Foster L., Shakopee, Minn. 

Baldwir), Albert, Newark, N. J. 

Baldwin, Ammi, Cincinnati, 0. 

Baldwin, Oscar L., Newark, N. J. 

Baldwin, J. Rufns, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Baldwin, Wm. H., Cherry Valley, N. Y. 

Ballard, B. F., Loroy, N. Y. 

Ballard, Orrin, Syracuse. N. Y. 

Ballard, Olis, Jr.. Circleville, Ohio. 

Ballou, L. W., Woonsocket, R. I. 

Ballou, Gcorfje "W., Greenfield, Mas3. 

Bancrofr, B. F., Salem, N. Y. 

Bancroft, John D,, Ballston Spa, N. Y. 

Banfill, F. M., Columbus, Ind. 

Banker, John T., New York City. 

Bard, Charles, Norwich, Conn. 

Barker, Henry F., Quincy, Mass. 

Barker, John* P., New Bedford, Mass. 

Barlow, Bradley, St. Albans, Vt. 

Barnes, D. B., Delavan, Wis. 

Barrere, Benjnmin, Hillsborough, Ohio. 
*Barret, John G., Louisville, Ky. 
♦Barret, Thomas L., Louisville, Ky. 
♦Barrett, J. S., Louisville, Ky. 

Barry, Charles C, Boston, Ma?s. 

Bartow, Alexander, Fishkill, N. Y. 

Bascom, D. C, Orwell, Vt. 

Bassett, Charles A., Fall River, Mass. 
♦Bassett, C. H., Providence, R. I. 

Basse! t, William, Lynn, Mass. 

Bassett, Wra. Jr., Boston, Mv'iss. 

Bastret-s, J., York, Pa. 

Batchelor, James W., Louisville, Ky. 

Bateman, John H., Dover, Del. 

Batt, Charles R., Boston, Mass. 

Battles, R. S., Girard, Pa. 

Baugli, John F., Lynchburg, Va. 

Beadle, Henry W., Elmira, N. Y. 

Beals, Chailes L., Winehendon, Mass. 
♦Beardsle}'', Joseph A., New York City. 

Beatty, William G., Cardington, Ohio. 

Beck, John J., Sturgis, Mich. 

Beck, George W., Lancaster, Ohio. 

Becker, Norman H., Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

Beebe. William H., Ravenna, Ohio. 

Beech, John P., Birmingham, Pa. 

Beechcr, Moses, Jr., Warren, Pa. 
*Beekman, A. J., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Belcher, T. F., Farmington, Maine. 

Belden, R. N., New London, Conn. 

Belknap, M. C, Newburg, N. Y. 

Bell, E. Theodore, Pater.son, N. J. 
♦Bell, William M., Smyrna, Del. 

Bellinger, Fred. 0., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Bendix, Charles, New Orleans, La. 
♦Beneke, Aug., St. Louis, Mo. 

Benjamin, John M., Winlhrop, Me. 
•Bennett, Henry, Canonsburg, Pa. 

Bennett, Jonas, Boston, Mass. 



Bennett, Martin, Bristol. R. I. 

Bennett, Albert L., Oil City, Pa. 

Bennett, Robert G., Beverley, Mass. 

Bennett, Thomas K., Winona, Miua. 
*Bernard, Louis. New Orleans. 

Betts, N. N., Jr., Towanda, Pa. 

Betls, R. A.. St. Louis, Mo. 

Bever, James L , Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Biebinger, Fred. W., St. Louis, Mo. 

Billings, Charles J., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Bingham, Samuel, Winciliam, Conn. 

Binns, Jonathan, Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. 

Birely, P. Wm., Frederick, Md. 

Bispham, E, J., Dorchester, Mass. 

Bishop, Gat)riel, Cuba. N. Y. 
*Bissell, Henry M., White Plains, N. T. 

Bixby, Paul H., Francesiown, N. H 

Black, William P., Manchester, Vt. 

Blackaller, J. S, Gallipolis, 0. 

Blackman, C. M., Whitewater, Wis. 

Blackmarr, F., Hillsdale, Mich. 

Blaine, A. W., North East, Pa. 

Blair, J. E., Gettysburg, Penn. 

Blake.sley, Aug. M., Waterbury, Coniu 

Blanchard, Albert H., Richmond, lud. 

Blanchard, S. S., Boston, Mass. 

Blandy, Charles W., Newark, Del. 

Blasdale, Henry, Boston, Mass. 

Blood, Charles L., Three Rivers, Mich 

Bloomer, John U., Gallon, Ohio. 

Blossom, Benjamin F., Pekin, 111. 

Bogardus, F. P., Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Blyth, J. Sum, Geneva, 0. 

Boas, Aug. Frederick, Reading, Pa. 

Bolter, James, Hartford, Conn. 
*Bomberger, Jacob C, Harrisburg, Pa 

Bond, George W., Adams, N. Y. 

Bond, Jared D., Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Bonnell, J. C, Jackson, Mich. 

Bouta, Rasselas A., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Borden, Leander, Fall River, Mass. 

Borland, William P., Leavenworth, Kan, 

Bostwick, R., Pine IMains, N. Y. 

Bottura, Geo. R., Brandon, Vt. 

Bourne, S. P., Falmouth, Mass. 

Bowdish, J. W., Pawling, N.Y. 

Bowen, Charles E., Logan, Ohio. 

Bowers, Lloyd, Mobile, Ala. 

Bowman, Amos, Marietta, Pa. 

Bowman, Jolm M., Muncy, Pa. 

Bowman, S, Gardiner, Me. 

Boynton, William A., Franklin. 0. 

Brackenridge, J. T., San Antonio, Tex. 

Brackett, W. H., Bo.-,ton, Mass. 

Bradbury, Albion H., Belfast, Me. 

Bradbury, John C, Saco, Me. 

Bradford, George R., Gloucester, Mass. 

Bradley, Ciiarles, Washington, D. 0. 

Bradley, E. A., Aurora, 111. 

Bradley, John C, New Haven, Conn. 

Bradway, John H., Woodbury, N. J. 

Brady, J. E., Jr., Pittsburg, Pa. 



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Bmdy, Sobiesky, Wheeling, Va. 

Braun, P., Ltiwroiicebur^, Ind. 

Bniy, Cliarles, Ilondout, N. Y. 

Brock, K. C. St. Louis, Mo. 

Breoso, William C, Charleston, S. C. 

Brent, Henry M., Winchester, Va. 

Brewer, K, iK, Franklin, Ind. 

Brewster, H. C, Rochester, N. Y. 

Briggs, (Hiarles G., Auburn, N. Y. 

Bri^'gs, E. 0., Paw-Paw, Mich. 
*Brig-8, Samuel A., Chicago, 111. 

Brincktrhoff, Gurdon G., N. Y. City. 

Brindle, A C, Mcchanicsburg, Pa. 

Brock, John J., Doylostown, Pa. 

Brigham, George 0., Westboro', Mass, 

Brockenbrough, J. C, Lafayette, Ind. 

Bixwke, C. F., Katon. Ohio. 

Brooks, Ai., Jr , Lewiston, Me. 

Brooks, W. G., Jr., Boston, Mass. 
♦Brown, Charles E„ N. Y.City. 

Brown, Charles W., Stamford, Conn. 

Brown, Edwin II., Lancaster, Pa. 

Brown, George W., Vandalia, 111. 

Brown, D. C, Brandon, Vt. 

Brown, II. D., Phoenix, R. L 

Brown, Hurlbut E.. Mt. Morris, N. Y. 

Brown, Jolin S, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Brown, Jonathan, Jr., Boston, Mass. 

Brown, M. J., Cadiz, Ohio. 

Brown, Peter V., Watertown, Wis. 

Browne. 11. P., Independence, Iowa. 

Brush, Jacob II,, OsiJge, Iowa. 

Brush, John B., Owego, N. Y. 

Bruyn, C. D., Kingston. N. Y. 

Bryan, Guy. Vincentown, N. J. 

Buchanan, M. D., Chicago, 111. 

Buck, Robeit, New Y(yk Ciiy. 

Buckham, Thomas S , Faribault, Minn. 

Buford, James M., Rock Island, 111. 

Bulklev, George, E4khorn, Wis. 

Bull, Charles II., Quincev, 111. 

Bull, Virgil, Oneida, N. Y. 

BuUen, Wm. H., Onawa, 111. 

Bullard, John C, E. Cambridge, Mass. 

Bullaid, W. A., Cambridgeport, Mass. 

Burdick, Theodore W., Decorah, Iowa, 

Barkam, C. B., Lawrenceburg, Ind. 

Burnham, Charles, Kingston, N. Y. 
•Burges.*, J. N., Bristol, R. I. 

Burnett, David, Paterson, N", J 

Burr, Ilalsey (.-., Ironton, Ohio. 

Burroughs, G.. Bridgeport, Conn. 

Burson, John W., Muncie, Ind. 

Burt, Andrew S., Van Wert, 0. 

Bush, C. W., Woodland, Cal. 

Butler, A. W., Maoeh Chunk, Pa. 

Butler, Charles New London, Conn. 

Butler, E. P., Orono, Me. 

Butler, L. S., Porusmoiiih, N. H. 

Butler, George A„ New Ilaven, Conn. 

Butler, John A., Jamaic:i, Vt 
*Butler, John M., Ulica, N. Y. 



Buttrick, John H., Lowell, Masa 

♦Caditinn, €hn§. C, Detroit, Mich. 
*Cake, Joseph W., Pottsville, Pa. 

Caldwell, Charles A., Alton, 111. 

Caldwell, William. Haverhill, Mass. 
*Calvert, Thomas C, Bowling Green, Ky. 

Cameron, J. D., Middletown, Pa. 

Camp, Hoel H., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Camp, John N., Middletown, Conn. 

Camp, William S., Middletown, Conn. 
♦Campbell, A. C, Ashland, Ky. 

Campbell, David C, Centreville, Iowa 

Campbell, John C, Hillsb<iro', N. H. 

Cannon, Clayton, Annapolis, Md. 

Carling, P. C, Scranton, Pa. 

Carman, William S., New York City. 

Carney, James, Richmond, Me. 

Carr, George E,, Boston, Mass. 

Carr, A. F., Innia, Mich. 

Carr, John, Boston, Mass. 

Carr, Samuel, Boston, Mass. 

Carpenter, Josiah, Pittsfield, N. H. 

Carpenter. John A., Putnam, Conn. 

Carter, Alexander M., Baltimore, Md. 
♦Carter, Buel C, Ossipee, N. H, 

Cartwright, Benjamin, New York City. 

Case, Everett, Vernon, N. Y. 

Case, Samuel F., Fulton, P, Y. 

Case, J. D. W., Oswego, N. Y. 

Cass, Wm. T., Sanbornton, N. H. 

Cassidy, David I)., Arast'erdam, N. Y. 

Castner, John, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Caswell, Lucien B., Fort Atkinson, Wig. 

Chadbourn, Smith W., Columbus, Wis. 

Chadwick, Alvin, Red Bank, N. J. 

Chamberlain, A., Jr., Meriden, Conn. 
♦Chamberlain, W. W., Norfolk, Va. 

Chamberlaine, George, Norfolk, Va. 

Champlin, A. II., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Chancellor, Wm. N., Parkersburg, Va 

Chandler, Franklin, New York City. 

Chandler, George B., Manchester, N. H. 

Chapin, D. A., Fall River, Mass. 

Cliapin, F. L., Souihbridge, Mass. 

Chapin. Edmund D., Springfield, Mass. 

Chapman, D. W., Newcastle, Me. 

Chapman, C, A., SuflBeld, Conn. 

Chapman. Henry T., Jr., N. Y. City. 

Chapman, James L., Hartford, Conn. 

Chapman, Richard M., Biddefoid, Me. 

Chassell, J., Houghton, Mich. 

Cherrill, Edward, Carthage, 111. 
*Chesnut, J. A., Springfield, IIL 

Childs, Charles H., Jr., Providence, R. 1 

Choate, N. F , Dowagiac, Mich. 

Church, Frederick L., Boiton, Mass. 

Claflin, R. F., Hopkinton, Mass. 

Clark, Charles A.. Little Rock, Ark. 

Clapp, Benj. D., Platt'^burg, N. Y. 
♦Clapp, Dorin F., Peekskill, N. Y. 
♦Clark, Asa B., Truramsburg, N. Y. 



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Clark, B. S. W., Malone, N. T. 
Clarke, Cyru**, Newcastle, Penn. 
Clark, Cyrus, Jr., Pittsburg, Penn. 
Clark, David, Danville, Pa. 
Clark, L. A., East Saginaw, Mich. 
Clark, James A., Pulaski, N. Y. 
Clarke, Marshall B., Oswego, N. Y. 
Clark, Merritr, Poultney, Vt. 
Clark, Milton, South Charleston, Ohio. 
^Clark, William H., "Watertow'n, Wis. 
Clark, William Hyde, Dubuque, Iowa. 
Clark, R. T., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Clarke, H. S,, Washington, Iowa. 
Claypool, Edward F., Connersville, Ind. 
^Cliypool, John, Charleston, W. Va. 
Clement, S. M., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Clements, George, Fort Edward, N. Y. 
Clemons, Henry N., West Killingly, Ct. 
Coates, M. H., Cincinnati, 0. 
Cobb, Ellis A., Bennington, Vt. 
Cochran, R. L., Franklin, Penn. 
Coddington, John C, Rahway, N. J. 
Coggeshall, John S., Newport, R. I. 
Cogswell, Charles P., Norwich, Conn. 
Coit, Charles T., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Coit, Henry R., Litchfield, Conn. 
Colby, H., Mansfield, Ohio. 
Coleman, Charles R., Baltimore, Md. 
Coles, Caleb F., New York City. 
Collier, Ingram B., Murfreesboro, Tcnn. 
Collins, Augustus P., New Britain, Ct. 
Collins, C. E., Akron, 0. 
^Colville, Hugh, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Colson, A. E., New York City. 
Coe, William W., Portland, Conn. 
Comegys, Benj. B., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Compton, James R., Lockport, N. Y. 
Comstock, E. B., Pontiac, Mich. 
Conant, R. B., Boston, Mass. 
Connell, Charles J., Chicago, III 
Convers, D. C, Zanesville, Ohio. 
Cook, George, Cumberland, R. L 
Cook, H. H., Bath, N. Y. 
Cook, James S., P.iscoag, R. I. 
Cook, John, Elkhart, Ind. 
Cook, Theodore M., Woonsocket, R. T. 
Cooke, James S., Kent, 0. 
Cooke, Seril, North Providence, R. I 
Coohdg^, H. 0., Keene, N. H. 
Cooper, Cluirles W., Allentown, Pa. 
Cope, Salem P., Paducah, Ky. 
Copeland, M. B., Middletown, Conn. 
Coplan, J. T., Atchison, Kan. 
Corbin, Pliny M,, Troy. N. Y. 
Cornell, J. M., Albion, N. Y. 
Cornell, John B,, Hamilton, Ohio. 
Corey, William F., Elinira, N. Y. 
Cornelius, Richard, Baltimore, Md. 
Corwin, Daniel, Middletown, N. Y, 
Couch, George W., Waterloo, Iowa. 
Conner, Stitnton. Cobleskill, N. Y. 
Cowdin, A. N., Batayiii, N, Y. 



*Cowles, Joseph N., Norfolk, Conn. 

Cox, T. J., Iowa City, Iowa. 

Cox, W. H., New York City. 

Craig, D. D., Monistown, N. J 

Crandall, Cranson C, Br(ioklyn, Ct. 

Crandall, E. B., Cazonovia, N. Y. 

Crandell, Amos W., Marion, Iowa. 

Crane, Henry W., Lacon, 111. 

Crane, John M., New York City. 

Crane, W. H., Coribmd, N. Y. 

Crane, H. D., Fredonia, N. Y. 

Cranston, Francis A., Providence, R. L 

Craufurd, R. B.. Norwalk, Conn. 
*Cressner, T., Jr., Plymouth, Ind. 

Crissey, Charles A., Warwick, N. Y. 

Cronly, Edward, Lexington, Ky. 

Crosby, J. B., Janesville, Wis. 

Crosby, Henry T., Jewett City. Conn. 

Cross, Trueraan, Baltimore, Md. 

Crouse, John S., Red Hook, N. Y. 

Crozier, Robert, Leavenworth, Kansas. 
♦Cubberley, Jas. M., Hightstown, N. J. 

Cummings, Gilbert, Jr., Graflon, Mass. 

Cummings, Jesse H., Macomb, lU. 

Cunningham, R. M., Louisville, Ky. 

Cunningham, T. D., Blairsvillo, Pa. 

Cunningham, Wm. A., Westminster, Md. 
*Curley, Joseph H., Baltimore, Md. 

Currier, David, Deny, N. H. 

Curry, WiUiam C, Erie, Pa. 

Curtis, Edward P., St. Louis, Mo. 

Curtis, F. L., Waterbury, Conn. 
*Curliss, George B., New Haven, Conn. 
♦Curtis, G. W., New Haven, Conn. 

Curtis, E. B., Mt. Vernon, 0. 

Curtis, H. K., Winona, Minn, 

Curtis, R. v., Marquette, Mich. 

Curtiss, Milion E* Fiahkill Iand'g,N.Y. 

Cutler, James H., Evunsville, Ind. 

Cutter, William L., Cleveland, Ohio. 

I>aggett, H. j?I., Attleboro', Mass. 

Dale, E. R., Marietta, 0. 
*Dallam, J. L., Paducah, Ky. 

Dana, Lorenzo D., Morrisville, N. Y. 
♦Dana, Newton C, Providence, R. I. 

Daniell, Ellery C, Boston, Mass. 

Daniels, Charles A., Milford, N. H. 

Darling, Andrew, Olney, III 

Davidson, J. N., Allegheny, Pa. 

Davison, Clement M., Detroit, Mich. 
♦Davis, Edward N., Ptovidence, R. I. 

Davis, Elam H., Anroni, Ind. 

Davis, Francis F., Co.itesville, Pa. 

Davis, Francis N., Beloit, Wis. 

Davis, John F., Harnesville, 0. 

Davis, Frederick S., Boston. Mass. 

Davis, F. W., Rough keepsie, N. Y. 

Davis, Gardner W., Albion, Mich. 

Davis, Stephen G., Boston, Mass. 

Deane, F. W., Canton, Mass. 

De Lamater, James, New York CHy. 



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Delafield, Talmadgo, Aurora, N. Y. 

De Koven, John, Chic:igo, III. 
♦Dcleiy, J. L., N«w Oikanf, La. 

Delaiid, T. N., Gt. Birrington, Mass. 
♦Demoiiy, William, Mobile, Ala. 

Deiigler, H., I'otisville, Pa. 

Dennett, Wi liam S., Banpor, Me. 

Deiinison, W lliam B., Ira-burpr, Vt. 

Denton, 0. M., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Delwih-r, Solomon S., C(jlun)l)ia, Pa. 
♦Devert'ux, John G., New Oilcans, La. 

Devotion, John L, Norwich, Conn. 

De Wolfe, CharU'H, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Dexter, William J., Fox Lake, Wis. 

Dial, J. F., Baiavin, 0. 
♦Dickey, J. R., Whcclinjr, W. Va. 
♦Dickinson, J. R., Chicago, III. 

Dillin^tham, Charles II., Rockville, Ct. 

Dinsmoor, Daniel S., LMConia, N. H. 

Disbrow, T. C, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
♦Dix, Thomas J., New Orleans, La. 
♦Dobler. John W. B., Now York City. 

Dodd, Benjamin, Boston, Mass. 

Dodd, Theodore S., Banj^or, Me. 

Dod>;c, L. C, Burlin«,'ion, Vt. 

Dodge, James B., Warsaw, 111. 

Doe, J. Bod well, Janesville, Wis. 

Dortch, W. B., Na.^.hville, Tenn. 

Douglas, Joseph C, New London, Ct. 

Dowley, George S., Brattleboro', Vt. 

Downer, E. M., Granville, Ohio, 

Downing, Joseph R., Downington, Pa. 
*Dox, Hamilion B., Chicago, 111. 

Drake, Jeremy, Boston, Mass. 

Drew, Henry B., Bridgeport, Conn. 
*Drowne, C. R., Providence, R. I. 

Drury, Charles E., Dayton, 0. 

Duncan, H. A., B.ith,'Me. 

Dunham, Clarkson C. Flemington, N. J. 

Dunham, Henry T., Sherburne, N. Y. 

Dutd .p, W. B., Maltoon, 111. 

Dunn, Ben Wesley, Stjuiford, Ky. 

Durfee, Albert G., Providence, R. L 

Dwight, Sidney A.. Coxsjickie, N. Y. 

Dyer, George G., Plymouth, Mass. 

Eamcs Hc^iiry, Bath, Me. 

Karhart, J. B., Lafayette, Ind. 

Eaton, G. P., Tippicanoe Ciiv, Q. 

Eaton, Hiram, Fayette ville,^. Y. 

Eaton, L., South Heading, Mass. 

Eberman, Edward M., Strasbnrg, Pa. 

Eddy, Henry W., Warren, R. I., 

Edgell, John D., Gardner, Mass. 
•Edgerion, H. K., Oconomowoc, Wis. 

Edwards, H. W., Columbus, Ga. 

Edwa:ds, John S., Warren, Ohio. 

Eells. Sjimuel C. Dixon, 111. 

Effing»'r, M. H.nvey, Staunton, Va. 
♦Eichelbergcr, R A., Hanover, Pa. 

Ellis, Ueorge, New York City. 

Elis, C. Stewart, Davenport Iowa. 



Eltinge. Edmund, New Paltz, N. Y. 
Ely, Henry G., Northfield, Vt 
Emlen, Caleb, Chester, Pa. 
*Enslin, Charles, Sec, St. Louis 
Eskridgo, John C, Staunton, W. Va. 
Espy, Henry P., Urbana, Ohio. 
Evans, Daniel P., Ripley, Ohio. 
P>erett, Charles J., Goshen, N. Y. 
Everitt, John L., New York City. 
Everitt, Matthew L., Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Fall§, Will. A., New York City. 

Faringer, J. W., Lancaster, 0. 

Farmer, Samuel ('., Fairfield, Iowa. 

Farnsworth, S., Council Blofib, Iowa 

Farnum, Joseph S., Worcester, Mass 

Farnum, Moses, Blacksione, Muss. 

Farrar, J, N., Abington, Mass. 

Farrell, Felix G., Jacksonville, 111. 

Farwell, K. W., Skowhegan, Me. 

Farwell, John L., Claremont, N. H. 

Faulkner, James. Jr., Danville, N. Y. 
*Faurie, Charles, Jr., New Orleans, La. 

Fellows, C. C, Sandwi(rh, N. H. 

Fellowes, James, Skowhegan, Me. 
*Fenner, Sullivan, Providence, R. I. 

Ferguson, David, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Ferris, William W., Delaware City, Del 

Field, George L., Ripon, Wis. 

Field, John A., Providence. R. L 

Field. Henry F., Rutland, Vt. 

Fifield, Moses. Warwick, R. L 

Finney, Asahel C, Clearfield, Pa. 

Finney, Samuel, Attica, Ind. 
♦Fischer, J. J., Sec, Louisville, Kv. 

Fisher, L«anc M., Seafi.rd, Del 

Fischbach, C, St. Louis, Mo. 

Fisher, James K,, Hillsdale, Mich. 

Fisher, Robert S., Union City, Ind. 

Fisher, William B., Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Fiske, B. S., Brighton, Mass. 

Fiske, George R., Fall River, Mass, 

Fitch, Thon)as B., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Fitch, William G., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Fiits, Leander, Moravia, N. Y. 
♦Fitzgerald, 0. H., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Flannagan, Benj. C, Charlottesville. Va. 

Flennikin, John C, Waynesburg, Pa. 

Fletcher, Lewis H.. Greencastle, Pa. 

Floyd, Samuel, Wilmington, Del. 

Fogg, William H., JeftVrsonvillo, Ind. 

Fogg, Charles M., Woodsiown, N. J. 

Follett, Lewis S.. Hastings, Minn. 

Fonda, Walter C. Ponghkeepsie, N. T. 

Foos, F. W., SpringHeld, 0. 

Foot, G., Methuen, Ma.ss. 

Foote, Samuel P., Danville, Ind. 

Ford, Henry W., New York City. 
*Forker, S. C, Boidemown, N. J. 

Forman, McEvers, E.iston, Pa. 

Fort, Daniel G.. Oswego, N. Y. 

Foster, J. B., Westerly, R. L 



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Poster, Francis E., South East, N. Y. 

Foster, Henry J., Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Foster, John, Providence, R. I. 

Foster, Moses, Aiidover, Mass. 

Foster, Stephen, Derby Lino, Vt. 

Foster, Thomas L , Mauch Chunk, Pa. 

Foster, William H., Salem, Mass. 

Fountain, James T., Freehold, N. J. 

Fowler, A. P., Danville, Penii. 

Fracker, Chas. W., MarshaUown, Towa, 

Frame, A. J., "Waukesha, Wis. 

Francis, E. S., Pitt-field, Mass. 

Freeborn, William P., Warren, R. I. 

Freligh, Benjamin M., Sau^^erties. 

French, Benjamin V., Lynn, Mass. 
♦French, F. 0., Boston, Mass. 

French, J. E., Bristol, R. L 

French, Newton E., Jefferson, Ohio. 
♦Freret, George A., New Orleans, La. 

Frick, Robert M., Milton, Pa. 

Frost, James, Ganajoharie, N. Y. 

Frothingham, A. T., Boston, Mass. 

Frothingham, H. K., Boston, Mass. 

Fry, Isaac D., Covington, Ky. 

Fuller, John K., Boston, Mass. 

Fuller, Hiram G., Akron, 0. 

Fuller, W., Jr.. Rah way, N. J. 

FuUerion, James K., Waterbury, Yt. 

Oag^e, Li. J., Chicago, 111. 

Gale, J. E., Haverhill, Mass, 

Galusha, Julius B., Monroe, Wis. 

Galbreath, Wash. T., Ripley, 0. 

Gardiner, John B., Mt. Vernon. Ind. 

Gardner, De Witt, Full on, N. Y. 

Gardner, Wm. H., Hollidaysburg, Pa. 

Garrels, St. Louis, Mo. 

Grarretson, Geo. W., Huntingdon, Pa. 

Garritt, William, Tremont, Pa. 

Gassaway, L. G., Annapolis, Md. 

Gaston, Isaac, Newark, N. J. 

Gay, Willard, Troy, N. Y. 

Gaudry, J. E., Savannah, Ga. 

Geesaman, J. T., Shippensburg, Pa. 
"■Gentry, 0. P., Paris, Me. 

Gerber, A., Mt. Joy, Pa. 

Getchell, Elbridge L., Waterville, Me. 

Getraan, Willia'n, Newport, N. Y. 

Gibbord, A., PJaltsburg, N. Y. 

Gibson, Joseph L., Odessa, Del. 

Gififord, F., Mendota, IIL 

Gifford, Moses N., Provincetown, Mass. 

GiiTord, Pardon A., I'^aston, Mass. 

Gilbough, John W., Pliiladelphia, Pa. 

Gilbert, Alexander, New York City. 

Giilmore, John S., Moline, 111. 

Gillett, Earl S., Fonda, N. Y. 
*Gleason, J. M,, Stc, Louisville, Ky. 

Gleim, George, Lebanon, Pa. 

Glendiiming, Robert, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Glenn, J. B., Bl(X)mtield, Iowa. 

Goddln, John M., Richmond, Va. 



♦Goldsmith, J. W., Atlanta, Ga. 

Goodell, H. Aug., Wliittinsville, Mass. 

Goodhue, Orville, Owens, Mich. 
*Goodlett, A. E., Memphis, 'i'enn. 
*Goodlett, H. E., Memphis, Tenn. 

Goodspeed, Jos. H., Central City, CoL 

Goodwin, Charles, Baltimore, Md. 
♦Goodwin, N. K., Columbns, Miss. 

Goodwin, William B., Waterville, X. Y. 

Gordon, Charles, Soarsport, Me. 

Gordon, Franklin M., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Gordon, James M., Boston, ^Mass. 

Gordon, James Y., Portsmouth, Ohio. 

Gorham, Augustus S, Cleveland, Ohio 

Gormly, James B., Bucjrus, Oliio. 

Goss, Alfred J., Hudson, Wis. 

Gott, Jabez R., Rockport, Mass. 

Gould, Edward, Poillund, Me. 

Gould, William E., Portland, Me. 

Gould, W. N., Portland, Me. 

Gratius, Abraham, Lock haven, Pa. 

Graham, Charles S., Newark, N. J. 
*Graves, M. W., Hartfo:d, Conn. 

Graves, William C, Warsaw. Ind. 
*Green, Grant, Frankfort, Ky. 
*Greeu, J. S., Mobile, Ala. 
*Green, Thomas R., Providence, R. I. 

Greene, William R., Providence, R. L 
*Greer, Robert J., Pittsburg, Pa. 
*Gridley, Frederick, Butlalo, N. Y. 

Griffin, Martin, Memphis, Tenn. 

Griffith, Edwin H., Castleton, N. Y. 

Griffith, G. P., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Griswold, Walter l[., Delhi, N. Y. 

Gross, Thos., Jr., East Haddam, Conn. 

Guernsey, G. A., Susq'h Dep., Pa. 

Guest, John Wesley, Baltimore, Md. 

Guiou, J. A., Newberne, N. C. 

Guiteau, Lnther W., Freeport, 111. 

Gulick, William B., Raleigh, N. C, 

Gulliver, Lemuel, Boston, Mass. 

Gummere, William, Philadelphia. Pa. 

Guthrie, Charles W., South Bend, Ind. 

Guy, Isaac M., Castleton, Vt. 

If aa.^, F. S., Shamokin, Pa. 
Hackett, William, Easton, Pa. 
Hadley, Washington, Lawrence, Kan. 
Haines, Nathan, Burlington, N. J. 
Hale, Calvin,' Denver, N. H. 
Hale, O.scar C, Keokuk, Iowa. 
Haley, S. A., Newmarket, N. II. 
Hall, Charles B.. Boston, Mass. 
Hall, JohnN., M.mkaio, Minn. 
Hall, John K , Boston, Mass. 
Hall, John R., Middletown, Del. 
Hall, Joseph R., II van n is. Mass, 
Hall, E. S., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hall, William. Vevav. Ind. 
Halliday, R. P., Mt. Gihad, Ohm. 
Halsoy, .Anthony, New York City. 
Halstead, Daniel B., New York City. 



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Ham, Benjamin "W., Providence, R. I. 

Hamilton, Jami'S P., Worcesler, Mass. 

Hamilton, Richard, New York City. 

Hammelt, CharlesD., Newport, R. I. 

Hammond, C. L. S.. Clinton, Mass. 

Hammond, L. W., Worcester, Mass. 

Hampson, R. V,, Salem, Ohio. 

Hand, Theodore F., Oneida Depot, N. Y. 
•Hanks, Lucien S., Madison, Wis. 

Hann, Philip U.,Wa.shinj;ton, N. J. 

Haradin, Calvin R., Wiscasset, Me. 
*Harber)2;er. John S., New York City. 

H;irdenbirg, Auj?. A., Jersey City, N, J. 

Hardy, Ciiarlcs J., Columbus, Ohio. 

Harman, Gabriel B., Dayton, Ohio. 

Harmon, Clarence G., Corry, Pa, 

Harrington, K. W., Manchester, N. H. 

Harris, Frederick H.. Springfield, Mass. 

Harris, George W., Middletown, Coun. 

Harris, Henry H., Chicopoe, Mass. 

Harri.*, Israel. Belvidere, N. J. 

Harris, John P., Belletbiite, Pa. 

Haskell, li. B., Waldoboro', Me. 

Haslet, Peter, Consian ine, Mich. 
♦Hassler, J. P., Carlisle, Pa. 
•Hatch, S. N., Rockland. Me. 

Hathaway, Edwd. E., Fall River, Mass. 

Haugh, Joseph R., Indianapolis, Ind. 
*Hawes, William, New York City. 
♦'Hawkins, Augustus F., Lexington, Ky. 

Hawkins, Charles A., Tolland, Conn. 

Hawkins, George, Malone, N. Y. 

Hawley, Joseph W., Media, Pa. 

Haydock, Robert H., New York City. 

Hayuian, Edward, South Berwick, Me. 

Haymond, Luther, Clarksburg, W. Va. 
►Hays, Aaron B., New York City. 

Haywood, Ebenezer W., Ux bridge, Mass. 

Heald, Charles T., Canton, 111. 

Hecker, A. W., Corry, Pa 

Hedden, James A.. Newark, N. J. 

Hedges, Henry N., Jr., Cireleville, 0. 

Helmer, H. W., I/x;kport, N. Y. 

Helwig, Daniel, Middletown, Ohio. 
♦ Henderson, James S., Chillicothe, Mo. 
*Henderson, Peter S., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Henderson, James, Wellsville, 0. 
*Henrotin, Charles, Chicago, HI. 

Hepburn, Chnrles H., Carlisle, Pa. 

Herrick, H. T., Waverly, N. Y. 

Herrick.S. A., Torre Haute, Ind. 

Herring, J. W., Westminster, Md. 

Herron, S. D., Jr., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Hersh, B. F., Zanesville, Ohio. 

Hersey, George E., Boston, Mass. 

Hervey, E. Williams, N. Bedford, Mass. 
•Hesse; John W., New York City. 

Hicks, Datiiel D., IMttstield, 111. 

Hickox, Willard S., Mai.sfield, Ohio. 

Higman, H. C, Havana, N. Y. 

Hill, CliarK's S.. New Brunswick, N. J. 

Hill, Frederick, Catskdl, N. Y 



Hill, George S., Martinsburg, W. Ta. 

Hill, George S.. Proctorsvilie, Vt. 

Hill, Henry B., Catskill, N. Y. 
*Hill. Horace B., Louisville, K}'. 
*Hill, James A., Philadelphia, Pa. 
♦Hill, James L., Madison, Wis. 

Hill, John T., N. Y. City. 

Hill. Joseph H., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Hill, Morris S., Somers, N. Y. 

Hii;, William D., Bath, Me. 

Hill, Zaccheu.s, Rome, N. Y. 
♦Hills, George F., Hartford, Conn. 

Ilillyer, A. R., Hartford, Conn. 

Hine, A. J., Ansonia, Conn. 

Hitchcock, G, E., DamaiLscotta, Me. 
»Hite, W. C, Louisville, Ky. 

Hitt, Juhn W., BrookvilJe, ind. 

Hoard, Manton E., Providence. R. I. 
♦Hobkirk, William, Wa';pun, Wis. 

Hobson, Harrison, Nashui, N. H. 

Hobson, John L., Haverhill. Mass. 

♦ Hodges, W. H. H., Portsmouth. Va. 
Hogencamp, W., Jersey City, N. J. 
Holbert, Gabriel S., Wsitkin.'*, N. Y. 
Holden, H. M., Kansas Citv, Mo. 

H oil is, Jas. H., Salem, 0. 
Hollister, Harvey J., G'd Rapids, Mich 
Hollo way, David W., Newport, R. I. 
Holmes, C. B, West Win.sted, Conn. 
Holmes, Charles J., Fall River, Masa. 
Holmes, J. A., Chicago, 111. 
Holtzman,E. K., Baltimore, Md. 
Hooff, Charles R.. Alexandria, Ya. 
Hooker, Henry, Westfield, Ma-ss. 
Hoops, Edward, New Brighton, Pa. 
Hopkins, John, Saugertie.", N. Y. 
Horn, Melchior H., Catasauqia, Pa. 
Home, Gustavus H., Dover, N. H. 
Horton, Charles H., Middletown, N. Y. 
Horton, Henry C, Vergennes, Vt. 
♦Hoskins, James B., Proridence, R. I. 

♦ Hoshour, John, Shrewsbury, Pa. 
♦Hotchkis.", Leinan, Lyons, N. Y. 

Hotchkiss, Leonard S., N. Haven, Conn. 
Hotchkiss, W. B., Peoria, 111. 
Houghton, James C. Jr., Chelsea, Vt. 
Howard, A. H., Hallo well, Me. 
Horr, R. A., Wellington, Oln'o. 
Howe, James B., Lima, Ind. 
Howe, William, Tienton, N. J. 
Howes, B C, Hastings, Minn. 
Howell, William H., Freehold, N. J. 
Howell, William E., Bath, N. Y. 
Howland, Egbert, Yonker.s, X, Y. 
Howland, P. C, New Bedtord, Mass. 
Hoyt, Douglas.s, East Saginaw, Mich. 
Hubbard, Albert, Scituate, R. L 
Hubbard, Amos F., Ashtabula, Ohio. 
Hubbard, Hermon M., Columbus, Ohio. 
♦Hubbard, Jonathan, Cortland, N. Y. 
Hubbard, Murray, Cohoe-s N. Y. 
Hubbard, S. S., Toledo, 0. 



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Hubbard, B. T. 0., Monmoutl), 111. 

Hubbard. William H, Iowa City, Iowa. 
♦Huber, James H., Louisville, Ky. 

Hudson, Charles, N. Y. City. 

Hughes, C. N., Cairo, 111. 
♦Hughes. Samui-1 B., Paducab, Ky. 
♦Huhn, Henrv L., Kansas City, Mo. 

Hulbert, John W.. Elyria, N. Y. 

Hull, Alfred. Clinton, Conn. 

Hull, John F., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Hull, Joseph C, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Hull, Wolcott A., West Meriden, Conn. 
*Hulse, Geor>re T., St. Louis, Mo. 

Hulverson, Olev, McGregor, Iowa. 

Hume, William' P., Clarksville, Tenn. 
*Hunn, H. H., Memphis, Tenn. 

Hunt, George W., Lebanon, 0. 

Hunt, John M., Nas!iua, N. H. 

Hunt, Salmon, Massillon. Ohio. 

Huntington, Newton S., Hanover, N.H. 

Huntington, Richard H., Adams, N". Y. 

Huntington, Wm. S., Washington, D, C. 

Huntzinger, H, H., Poltsville, Pa. 

Hurd, Bradford C, Watkins, N. Y. 

Hurd, Ezekiel. Dover, N. H. 

Hurlbert, John W., Elyna, Ohio. 

Huss Jolin T., Tiffin, Ohio. 
♦Hussey, Preston, Terro Haute, Ind. 

Hussey, P., North Berwick, Me. 

Hyde, George C., Titusville, Pa. 

Hyde, Lewis A., Norwich, Conn. 

Hyde, WiUiam S., Ware, Mass. 

Iredell, Clias. T., Bristol, Pa. 
Irvine, William M., Richmond, Ky. 
Ives. Henry. New Milford, Conn. 
Irwin, John S., Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Jack§on, A. J., Morrison, III 

Jackson, W. T., Hannibal, Mo. 

Jackscn, C E., Providence, R. I. 

Jackson. Peter, Muscatine, Iowa. 

Jacob, Samuel, Wellsburg, Va. 
♦Jacobs, W. H., Milwaukee, Wis. 
♦Jameson, Alex. C, Stc.^ Indianapolis. 

Jamison, R. G., Nashville, Tenu. 

Janvier, John, Oxford, Pa. 

Jaquiti), William H., Lawrence, Mass. 

Jayne, S. C, Berwick, Pa. 

Jaynes, A. D., Sedalia, Mo. 

Jefferis, William W., Westchester, Pa. 

Jenkins, Benjamin, Chittenango, N. Y. 

Jenkins, Charles S., Lonsdale, Pa. 

Jenkins, Jas. H., Northimiberland, Pa. 

Jenkins, J. G., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
♦Jenkins, William L., New York City. 

Jenks, E. J., Woburn, Mass. 

Jennings, J. 0., Ashland, Ohio. 

Jewett, John L.. Jr., New York City. 

Jinjrrich, H. C, Mauheim, Pa. 

Johnsi n, Albert H., Oberlin, Ohio. 

Johnson, Charles G., Monroe, Mich. 



Johnson, Eliakim, Woodstock, Vt 

Johnson, E. T., Glenn's Falls, N. Y. 

Johnson, Frank, Norwich, Conn. 
♦Johnson, H. W., Middletown P., N. J 

Johnson, J. T., Chester, N. Y. 

Johnson, William T., Augusta, Me. 

Jolley, John M., Mansfield, Ohio. 

Jones, Edgar, Nashville, Tenn. 

Jones, Edgar T., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jones, Edward D., St. Louis, Mo, 

Jones, Edward L., Atlanta. Ga. 
*Jones, George, Warner N. H. 
*Jones, J. B„ Covington, Ky. 

Jones, Oliver T., Centerville, Ind. 

Jones, Paul, Toledo, Oiiio. 

Jones, Samuel, Williampport, Pa. 

Jordan, Conrad N., New York City. 

Jordan, Samuel D., Milton, Pa. 
*Jumonville, Charles, New Orleans, La, 

♦Kaii§ler, J. H., Hagerstown, Md, 

Karch, Joseph, Lebanon, Pa. 

Kauffman, S., Minersville, Pa. 

Kearney, John R., New Yoik City. 

Keifer, Stephen, Hanover, Pa. 

Keith, William x\f., Whitehall, N. Y. 

Keller, Adam, Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

Keller, Peter A., Piiiladelphia, Pa 

Kellogg, John B., Troy, N. Y. 

Kellogg, Rufus B., Oshkosh, Wis. 
*Kelly, James Y., Georgetown, Ky. 

Kelly, Moses, Washington, D. C. 

Keitdrick, James H., Lebanon, N. H. 

Kennedy, J. G., Evansville, Ind. 
♦Kennedy, Samuel, Providence, R. I. 
*Kennan, J. M., Medina, N. Y. 

Kenney, Asa W., Royal ton, Vt. 

Keiiyon, Sands N., Fulton, N. Y. 

Ketcham, A. J., Dover Plains, N. Y. 
*Kidder, N. B., Chicago, ill. 

Kilbon, John L., L<e, Ma.sJ*. 
*Kilgour, John, Vice-Pres., Cincinnati, 0. 

Kimball, Daniel A.. Stockbridgc, Mass. 

Kimball, John F., Lowell, Mass. 
♦Kimball, J. G., Nashua, N. H. 

Kimmey, Charles, Newcastle, Del. 

King, Thomas, Middletown, N. Y. 

Kingsbury, B. P, Chillicothe, 0. 

Kingsbury, John H., Rrockport., N. Y. 

Kiiigsley, Daniel, Newton, Mass. 

Kinnaird, W. H., Lancaster. Ky. 
*Kirk, E. C, Memphis, Tenn. 

Kitchen, Theodore, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Klein, George M., Vicksburg, Miss. 

Knapp, James Hnnry, Deposit, N. Y. 

Knight, Edwin, Providence, R. I. 
^ Knight, J. W., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Knowles, S. M., East Greenwich, R. I. 

Knox, David Smytlie, Brownsville, Pa. 
♦Koch, Theodore, St. Louis, Mo. 
*Koetting, John B., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Kohl, Ferdinand, Ceuiralia, 111. 



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Kountze, A., Omaha City, Nebraska. 

Kountze, Charles B., Deuver, Col. 

Kiaraer, John P., Allegheny, Pa. 
*Kreiger, Jacob, Louisville, Ky. 
*Kreiger, J. P., Jr., St. Louis, Mo. 

L.acey, Tlieo., Huntsville, Ala 
*Laidley, J. M,, Kanawha, W. Va. 
*Laird, W., Jr., Georgetown, D. C. 
*Lamb, Gibson, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Lamb, Peter, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lane, Charles L., Boston, Mass. 

Lang worthy, Geo. N., Ashaway, R. I. 

Latourette, 11. B., Fen ton, Mich. 

Lauman, George C, Burlington, Iowa. 

Laurent, Joseph, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Lavensjiler, John C, Thoraaston, Me. 

Law, William T., Henry, 111. 

Lauria, A., New Orleans, La. 

Law ton, George A., Green Bay, Wis. 

Lazear, Jesse, Wa\ nesburg. Pa. 

Leach, George C, Uoxbury, Mass. 

Leach, Thomas J., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Leake, John S , Siiratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Learned, Edward H., Norwich, Conn. 

Learned, L. C, New London, Conn. 

Lee, John -J., Ballston Spa, N. Y. 

Leeds, Joseph L.. Stamford, Conn. 

Le Fever, Nathan, Kllenville, N. Y. 

Leraeke, J. A., Evansville, Ind. 

Lenily, William A., Salem, N. C. 

Leonard, George B., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Leslie, George, Wells River, Vt. 
»Lester, John G., Baliimore, Md. 
♦Levings, George E , Paris, 111. 

Lewis, David, I lion, N. Y. 

Lewis, Frederick W., Newport, N. H. 

Lewis, G. Albert, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lewis, James M., New York City. 

Lewis, John A., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Libby, William, Auburn, Me. 

Lilley, Lucius, Tecimiseh, Mich. 

Lincoln, C. G.. Norih Bennington, Vt. 
♦Lindenberger, J H , Louisville, Ky. 

Linen, James A., Scranton, Pa. 
♦Litlig, John M., Bahinore, Md. 

Litilefield, Christopher, Kenuebunk, Me. 

Livingston, John B., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Livingston, J, H., Decaiur, 111. 

Lloyd, William F., Wrightsville, Pa. 

Lloyd, John, Altoona, Pa. 
♦Lloyd, Samuel, Nevv Haven, Conn. 
♦LotdJl. Chares W., Mo'.ine, III. 

Locke, William .\I., Winchester, Ind. 

Lombard, Isaac G., Chicago, III. 

Long, Andrew, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Long, Jacob R., Mu Joy, Pa. 

Longhead, G. P., Pniladelphia, Pa. 

Loop, Edward S, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Loper, Henry G., (^harL-ston. S. C. 

Lord, Henry' B., Ithaca, N. Y. 

Lord, Samuel, PorUsmouth, N. IL 



Lorlng, Joshua, Boston, Mass. 

Loud, Andrew J., Boston, Mass. 

Loud, John W., Weymouth, Mass. 

Lovett, John 0, Bingham, Mass. 

Low, William L., Tom's River, N. J. 

Ludington, George, Carmel, N. Y. 

LuUng, C, Manitowoc, Wi.s. 

Lull, Alba A., Poniiac, Mich. 

Lunt, Philip H., Newbtiryport, Mass. 
♦Lyon, P^dwin, Butler, Pa. 

Luther, John, Providence, R. I. 
*Lyman, John D., Farmington, N. H. 

Lynch, Augustus D., Shelbyville, Ind. 
*Lyne, Leonard H., Henderson, Ky. 

Lyons, J. B., Cadiz, Ohio. 

IWaekey, R. W., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Macy, Charles C, Hudson, N. Y. 

Madeira, John D., Chillicothe, 0. 

Magill, William S., Ilockville, Ind. 

Magoffin, John, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Malott, V. T,, Indianapolis, Ind. 
*Manier, J. W., Bitighamlon, N. Y. 

Mann, Walter, New Albany, Ind. 
*Mannering, David, Oswego, N. Y. 

Marble, John M. C., Delphos, Ohio. 

Markeli, Tliomas M., Frederick, Md. 

Marsh, Dexter H., Groton, N. Y. 

Marsh, Charles, Springfield, Mass. 

Marsh, Henry A., Worcester, Mass. 

Marshall, Thomas W., Westchester, Pa. 

Martin, Henry Hull, Albany, N. Y. 

Martin, James, Albany, N. Y. 

Martin, Edward, Zanesvilie, Ohio. 

Martin, John G., Pitisburg, Pa. 
*Martin, R. A. C, Columbia, Ky. 

Marviue, George E., Delhi, N. Y. 

.Mason, George A., Madison, Wis. 

Mather, Charles A., Berlin, Wis. 

Mather, R., Iront(m, Oliio. 

Matthews, John, Jr., St. Louis, Mo. 

Mattocks, James B., Danville, Vt. 

Mattocks, Samuel B., Lyndon, Vt. 
♦Maurice, William H., St. Louis, Mo. 

May, George, St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Mayer, Esrom, Freeport, IIL 

Mayhew, Jam.-s E., Jamestown, N. Y. 

Mayo, Edward H., Lafayette, Ind. 

Mayuard, Otis R., Shelburne Falls, Mass 

Maynard, P. C, Chicago, 111. 
♦McBrayer, Z. P., Hatiodsburg, Ky. 

McBiide, D., Lafayt tie, Ind. 
♦McCalla, Fabricius C, Georgetown, Ky 

McCandlish, R. J., We>ton, W. Va. 

McCartee, Robert, New York City. 

McCleery, T. B., Frederick, Md. 

McClelland, M. L , Valparaiso, Ind. 

McClung, R. M.. Knoxville, Tenn. 

M'Clymonds, John, Cleveland. 0. 

McClymonds, William. Massillon, 0. 

McConnell, VVilliam, Ph.ladelphia, Pa. 

McCormick, J., Jr., Harrisburg, Pa. 



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McCoy, "William, Independence, Mo. 

McCrory, W. E., Chark'Ston, 111. 

McCroskery, J. J. S., Newburg, N. Y. 

McCuUoch, William, Lowville, N. Y. 

McCurdy, Robert, Youngstown, 0. 
*McElroy, C. R., Springfield, Ky. 

McFarland, J. E., Meadsville, Pa. 

McFarland, A. M., Elkton, Md. 

McGrew, James C, Kiiigswood, "W. Ya. 

McGrow, Thomas F., Springfield, Ohio. 

McGrew, William, Huntington, Ind. 

McGrew, William A., Ottumwa, Iowa. 

Mcllvaine, James, Washington, Pa. 

Mcintosh, S. R., Beverly, Oiiio. 

Mclntj're, Jesse, Red Wing, Minn. 

Mclntyre. L. C, Batavia, N. Y. 

McKnight, Charles B., Reading, Pa. 

McKnight, W. W., Winterset, Iowa. 

McLaren, John, Gloversville, N. Y. 
*McMahon, Dennis M., Salem, Ind. 

McMahon, E., JeftVrson, Wis. 

McMithon, Samuel J., Cambridge, Ohio. 

McMichael, Morton, Jr., Phila., Pa. 

McMillan, David C, Cleveland, Teun. 
♦McReynolds, J. A., Elkton, Ky. 
*Mead, James H.. Sheboygan, Wis. 

Meech, James M., Norwich, Conn. 

Meeker, William B., New York City. 

Mercer, Myndert D., AVaterloo, N. Y. 

Meredith, John L., Troy, Ohio. 
♦Merrell, J. F., Rockland, Me. 

Merriam, David E., Leicester, Mass. 

Merrill, Elias, Bangor, Me. 

Merrill, Charles. Maiden, Mass. 

Merrill, G. E., Worcester, Mass. 

Merriraan, Cory don H., Aubmn, N". Y. 

Merry, Edmund, Phoenix, N. Y. 

Messersmilh, G. R., Chambersburg, Pa. 

Metcair, H. A., Warsaw, N. Y. 

Metcalf, Julian, Nebraska Ciry, Neb. 

Mickle, Robert, Baltimore, Md, 

Miles, Thomas R., Wareham, Mass. 

Millard, J. H., Omaha City, Neb. 

Millard, Jonah J., So. Norwalk, Conn. 

Millen, Charles W., Norwalk, Ohio. 
•Miller, A. G., Shippensburg, Pa. 

Miller, Aiii^on ]L, Fremont, Ohio 
♦Miller, H. S., Prescott, Wis. 
♦Milligan, Joseph, Augusta, Ga. 

Mii;igan, W. G., Little Falls, N. Y. 

Mills, George H., Greeusburg, lad. 

Mills, Henry A., Mt. Carroll, ill 
♦Mills, H. S., Arrow Roek, Mo. 

Mills, Joseph, Lansing, Mich. 
♦Mills, William H., Bangor. Me. 
*Milton, ICben, Sumerset, Ky. 

Minier, T. L., Havana, N. Y. 
*Minot, CharU'8. Concord, N. II. 

Mitchell, C. W., Lebinon, Ky. 

Miidiell, Alex.. Butler. Pa. 

Mitchell. J. A., K»'n.lallville, Ind. 

Mitchell, Joseph, Xau tucket, Mass. 



Mitchell, Thomas, Lexington, Ky. 
♦Miichell, Willi;. m, Mt. Sterling, Ky. 

Moffatt, David IL. Jr., Denver, Col. 

Molineux, Robert G., Roxbury, Mass. 

Moiifjrd, D. A., St. Paul, Minn. 

Montague, George, New York City. 

Montague, Theo. G., Chattanooga, Teun, 

Moody, Charles A., Bi Idelbrd, Me. 

Moody, Edward F., Phila(lel[)hia, Pa. 

Moore, C. W., Boise City, Idaho. 

Moore, D. W., Clearfield, Penn. 

Moore, Edwin L., Cumberland, Md. 

Moore, Joseph A., Indianapolis, Ind. 
*Moore, S., Delaware, Ohio. 

Moore, Samuel P., Norfolk, Ya, 

Moore, William E., Delaware, Ohio. 

Morford, A. D., Nvack, N, Y, 

Morford, J. H. L.,' New York City. 

Morford, Theodore, Newton, N. J. 

Morgan, Charles D., Knightstown, Ind. 
*Morgan, E. D., Louisville, Ky. 

Morgan, Jacob B., Phoenixville, Pa. 

Morgan, John A., Pawc itnck, Conn, 

Morgan, Erastus G,, Fort Dodge, Iowa. 

Morgan, Tracy R., Binghamton, N. Y. 

Morris, Edward F., Mou.son, Mass. 

Morris, John F., HartforJ, Conn. 

Morris, W. F., Baldwinsville, N. Y. 

Morrison, Robi-it S, Laporte, Ind, 

Mortimer, EdwiU'd T., Toledo, Ohio. 

Morton, John B., Riclimond, Ya. 

Morton, R. W., Honevbrook, Pa. 
*Morton, Willinm H., RoUinsford, N. H. 

Moses, John, Winchester, III. 

Mosher, Henry W., Lansingburg, N. Y 

Mosier, Gideon, Meadville, Pa. 

Moss, H. H., Parkcrsburg, W. Ya. 

Mo.ss, Horace 0., Sandusky, Ohio. 

Mottley, Samuel T,, Lebanon, Tenn. 

Moulthrop, William, New Haven, Conn. 

Moxley, Richard S., Louisville, Ky. 

Moyer, Tilghman H., Alio itown, Pa. 

Mudge, E. W., Lynn, Mass. 

Mudge, Hiram, Williamspf>rt, Pa. 

Muhlenberg, Henry H., Reading, Pa. 

Mulford, T. E., Millville, N. J. 

Mumford, Benjamin, Newport, R. I. 

Mumford, Jo.sepli P., Philadt'lphia, Pa. 

Munger, M, D., Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Munger, 0. L., Mercer, Pa. 

Murphy, George H., Seymour, Ind. 

Murray, William M„ Goslu-n, N. Y. 

Murray, Clapham, Baltimore, Md. 

Mussenden, William D., B;iih, Me. 

Mus.'^ina. Lyon?, Lock Haven, Pa. 

Myers, Charles, A., Auburo, N. Y. 

NaHli, Ira W,, Goshen, Ind. 
Nash, J. F., Ottawa, 111. 
Negley, Ptter, llagerstown, Md. 
Nelson, Charles N., Stillwater, Minn, 
Nelson, Frank, Calais, Me. 



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New, John C, Indlannpo'is, Ind. 

Newby, Tlioma«, Cimbrid^e City, Ind. 

Newell, Georgo W., Pawtuckor, R. I. 

Nowell, Z nus E., Niw York City. 
♦Newkirk, B., J.iekson, Mich. 

Newkirk, Edg.ir B., llondout, N. Y. 
♦Newland, E., New Albany, Ind. 

Nowlaud, ilobe t. Jam. siown, N. Y, 

Newman. Albert fj., Atliol, Mnsa. 

NeAt in, S., SiJillbrd Springs, Coiiu. 

Newton, Warren, Norwich, N. Y. 

Nieholls, M.irk A.. Lockport, N. Y. 

Nichols, C C, Wilinincrton, 0. 

Nilos, Charles E., Findl.13^, Ohio. 

Nixon, William U., Brid,'eton, N. Y. 

Noble, Charle.-^, Franklin, N. Y. 

Nolun. liiia.n G., Buffilo. N. Y. 

Norman, -St'^phen H.. Newport, R. I., 

Norris, William H., Balrimore, Md. 

North, Calvin B., Sel n's Grove, Pa. 

Norlh, Reuben, Poiiu:likeep-;ie, N. Y. 

Nor on, James W., Lowell, Mich. 

Norvell, Lorenzo, Lynchburg, Va. 

Noxon, Isaac B., Sing Siny, N. Y. 

Noyes, Albert L., Hyde Park, Vt. 

Noyes, Cljaries F., Galveston, Texas. 

Noycs, Enoch J., Eastporf, Me. 

Noyes, H. B., Mystic River, Conn, 

Noves, John R., Oswego, N. Y. 

Nye, Reuben, Fairhaven, Mass. 

Oaklcv, Edwnril J., NY. City. 

Oakley, William H., New York City. 

Oglesbv, Joseph M., Riishville, Ind. 
*01cott,' Dudley, Albany, N. Y. 

Olcott, George, Chailestown, N. H. 
♦O'Leary, John D., Lonisvil e, Ky. 

Oliphant. Jonatlian, Medlbrd, N. J. 
♦Ollis, Alfred W., Bloomington, 111. 

Olmslead, John M.. Hobari, N. Y. 

Oimstesid. George T., Princeton, N. J. 

OIney, William, Providence, R. I. 

Olney, Wilson, Ox lord, Mass. 

Ordway, Edward, Townsend, Mass. 

Orion, James D., Newark, N. J. 

Orion, James S.. Geneseo, N. Y. 

Osborn, Samuel S., Painesviiie, Ohio. 

Osborne, George A., So. D.mvers. Mass. 

Osborne, Wm. R., Bingham ton, N. Y. 

Os-ood, William N., Thompson, Conn. 

Ot's, Amos, Yarmonihport, Mass 

Olio, Charles W., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Overslreet, Riolianl T., Franklin, Ind. 

Overdier, David, Cohimbas, Oliio. 

Packard, R. A., Greenfield, Mass. 
Packer, Samuel J., Sunbnry, Pa. 
♦PaddcKk, G. F., Waierio.vn, N. Y. 
Paddork, O-icar, Watertown, N. Y. 
Page, Harlan W., Ansiin, Mitm. 
Paine, Nathaniel, Worcester, Mass. 
Paine, William W., Providence, R. L 



Palmer, Amos P., Albany, N. Y. 

Palmer, Eben IL, Danville, 111. 
*Palmor, Ira H., Stonington. Conn. 

Palmer, Nicholas F., New York City 

Palmer, Samuel C, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Pancoast, William H., Mt. Holly, N. J. 
♦Park, R. A., Archison, Kan. 

Parker, Edward W., Whitehall, N. Y. 

Parker, Gideon, Deep River, Conn. 

Parker, John, New York ('ity. 
*Parker, Nathan, Manchester, N. H. 

Parkhill, William, Brownsville, Pa. 

Parkhurst, Archibald, New York City. 

Parse, Carman, Plainfield, N. J. 

Parsons, L. V., Chicago, 111. 

Partee, 11. A., M mphi', Tenn. 

Partenheimer, P. J., Ithaca, N. Y. 

Partridge, D. E., Seneca Falls, N. Y. 
♦Pascal, J. E., New Oi leans, La. 

Patten, Claudius B , Bo-ton, Mass. 

Patten, William S., Pfovidence, R. I. 

Patterson. F., Polt.<ville, Pa. 

Ration, Jolin M., Thorn town, Ind. 

Payson, Charles, Portland, Me. 

Payson, Edward H., Salem, Mass. 
*Peachey, Henrv, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Peak, M. De Witt, Green Bav, Wis. 
*Peall, A. H , La Crosse, Minn. 

Pearce, F. E., Mariaia, Ohio. 

Pearmain, William R., Chelsea, Mass. 

Pearson, John L , W. Araesbury, Mass. 

Pease, Joseph T., pjJgartown, Mass. 

Peasley, James C, Burlington, Iowa 

Peckham, Thomas P., Newport R. L 

Pegram, M. P., Charlotte, N. C. 

Peiper, Willi im L., Lancaster, Pa. 
*Pellett, William B., Norwich, N. Y. 

Pendleton, James M., Westerly, R. I. 

Penfield, Uii S., Quincy, 111. 

Peoples, John, Wil niugton, Del. 

Percival, Homer, Watt rville, Me. 

Perkins, K, H., Jr., New York City. 

Perkins, Henry W., Jr., Boston, Mass. 

Perkins, Nathaniel B., Salem, Ma.-s. 

Perry, Charles, Geneseo, 111. 

Perry, George H., Troy, N. Y. 

Perry, James B., Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Pettee, Selh, Boston, Mas.«. 

Pettengil!, J, M., Lost on, Mass. 

Phelps, Winslow S., Dayton, Ohio. 

Phelps, Cyrus A., Springtild, Ohio. 

Phillips, David G., M-dison, Ind. 
*Phillips, E. F., Provi.lenc3, R. I. 
*Phillip3, Gih)e;t A., Providence, R. I. 

Phillips, H. S., Piiision, Pa. 

Phillips, John, Waynesboro', Pa. 

Phillips, Samuel, Jr., Boston, Mass. 

Phippen, Georgo I)., Salem, Mass. 

Phippen, Joseph H., Salem, M <ss. 

Pickering, John J, Portsmouth, N. H. 
*Pierce, A. C, Cone. .id, X. 11. 

Pierce, John N., Jr., Lowell, Mass. 



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Place, A. C, Taunton. Mass. 

Planted, A. A., Waierville, Me. 

Plaulz, Geoio^e W., Pomeroy, Ohio. 

Plait, Frederick K., Ovvego, N. Y. 

Plimpton, F. N., Wrenlham, Mass. 

Plumb, Edwin R., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Pollard, \V. J. H., Stoiiingtou, Conn. 

Pollock, W., Kittaniiiug, Pa. 

Pomeroy, George T., Chicago, 111. 
♦Pope, Henry L., Louisville, Ky. 

Porter, Royal II., Keene, N". H. 

Portertield, Jolin, Nashville, Tenn. 

Potter, Joseph B., Hopkinton, R I. 

Powell, J.imes B., Hartfc^rd, Conn. 

Pratt, George, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Preble, N. M., New Richmond, Ohio. 

Presbrey, Edward A., Boston, Mass. 

Preston, James F., Rockville, Conn, 
♦Presion, Wm. A., New Ipswich, N. H. 

Prindle, Isaac B., Gt. Barrington, Mass. 

Pritchard, William S., Des Moines, Iowa. 

Proal, Arthur B., New York City. 

Proctor, J. W., Danville, Ky. 

Prout, Audrevi^ W., Jr., Saudusky, 0. 

Quiniby, E., Jr., Wooster, 0. 
*Quimby, John H., Belfast, Me. 

Rainf^s. Tlio«i., Rochester, N. Y. 

Rainey, Wm. H., Kinderhook, N. Y. 
*Ral8ion, Wm. C„ San Francisco, Cal. 

Ramsiiy, J. B., Fort Deposit, Md. 
*Ramsburg, L., Frederick, Md., Sec'y. 

Rand, Robert N , Lvons, fowa. 

Randall, A. C, Falls Village, Conn. 

Randall, Elias P , Mystic Bridy;e, Conn. 

Randall, H. A., Brunswick, Me. 

Randall, R. G., Woonsocket, R. I. 

Randolph, Jolin W., Baltimore, Md. 
•Ranlet, S. A. S'. I.ou s. Mo. 

RasTaach, D. H., Canasiota, N. Y. 

Rathvoii, Horace, Lancaster, Pa. 

Rauch, Rudolph F., Bethlehem, Pa. 
♦Ray, N. S., Lebanon, Ky. 

Raynale, Spencer B , Corunna, Mich. 

Read, Elisha T., Woonsocket, R. I. 

Reber, David, Lewi.sburg, l*a. 

Redbnrn, James T., Uniontown, Pa. 

Redfi Id, Heiwy A., Hartford, Conn. 

Redfield, Jared P^, Essex, Conn. 

Redtield, John R., Ilariford, Cona. 

Reed, Ciiarles A.. Montpelii'r, Vt. 

Reed, Joseph S.. Chicago, 111. 

Reed, Samuel, Portsmouth, Ohio. 
•Reese, A.. Canton, Mo. 

Reese, Jacob, Westminster, Md. 

Reese, Lewis C, Pnillip^burg, N. J. 

Reese, .Martin L , Lambi riville, N. J. 

Reid, Thomap, Madison, fnd. 
♦Reinecke, Willi im, Ix)uisville, Ky. 

Rcingart, Henry, Maq'iokeUi, Iowa. 

Rhoads, John P., Newville, Pa. 



Rice, Evan, "Wilmington, Del. 

Rich, Hiram, Gloucester, Mass. 

Richards, S. H., S;iratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Richardson, Charles ?]., Springfield, Vt. 

Richardson, Ed. E., Cambridge, Mass. 

Richey, R. W., Cincinnati, 0. 

Richmond, A. G., (!anajoharie, N. Y. 
♦Richmond, M. M., Buffalo, N. Y. 
♦Ricker, John S., Bangor, Me. 

Ridgely, William, Springtield, Til. 

Ridgway, Thos. S., Shawneetown, DL 
♦Rigliimyer, J. L., Reading, Pa. 

Riley, Phineas S., Hartford, Conn. 
*Ringsling, B\, St. Louis, Mo. 

Riplev, E. C, Galena, 111. 
*Rix, Charles W., Topeka, Kan. 

Roberts, Henry, Northampton, Mass. 

Roberts, Howard J., Johnstown, Pa. 

Roberis, Osuin D., New York City, 

Robeson, David E., Le wist on, Pa. 

Robinson, Attmore, Wakefield, R. I 
*Robinson, A.G., Wilmington, Del. 

Robinson, Jonathan E., Angelica, N. Y. 

Robinson, John L, Wellsborongli, Pa. 

Robinson, Oliver, Thomaslon, Me. 

Robinson, R. A., Washington, Ohio. 

Rockwood, Charl s G., Newark, N. J. 

Roe, George, Hackettstown, N.J. 

Roe, Gilbert W., Oshkosh, Wis. 
*Rogers, C. J., Louisville, Ky. 

Rogers, John F., Lowell, Mass. 

Rogers, John, Brunswick. Me. 

Rogers, Publius V., Utic i, N. Y. 
♦Rogers, S. S., Chic, go, 111. 

Rogers, William H.. L\ Crosse, Wis. 
♦Rogers, William H , New York City. 

Rollins, Samuel S., Somersworth, N. H. 

Root, John B., Galveston, Texas. 

Root, John M., Jackson, Mich. 
♦Rosebnrg, Wiilijini, P.ttsburg, Pa. 

Rosenquest, John H.. Tarry town, N. Y. 

Ross, Charles N., .\ubuni, N. Y. 

Rowe, J. Swett, Bangor, Me. 

Rowe, Stanhope S.. Ciiuinnati, 0. 

Rowell, Sidney W., Uuiland, Vt. 
*Rucker, H. M., Paii.«, Kv. 

Rudd, Z.. Poughkeepsie,' N. Y. 

Rushton,' Wm., Jr., Puil.idelphin, Pa. 

Rus-sell, Charles H., W..odsiock, IlL 
♦Russell, Jacob, Now Yoik City. 

Rutter, Wm. ]., Pottstown, Pa. 

Ryan, W. P., Potisville, Pa. 

Ryrie, Daniel D., Alton, 111. 

SaflTord, Alfred B., Cairo, TIL 
Safford, James D., Springfield, Mas.s. 
Salisbury, Theophilus, Providence, R. L 
Salter, Robert B., Pnil.idelpliia, Pa. 
Sampson, Henry Q., Bowdoinham, Me. 
Samuel", F. E, AUenlown, Pa. 
Sanderson, J, J., Jersey Shore, Pa. 
Saudford, Michael, Jersey Ciiy, N. J. 



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*Sandoe, "W. A., M«rslmlltown, Iowa. 

Sanford, Good rear A., Ilockford, 111. 

Sanford. Morit<romory S., Geneva, N. Y. 

Sanford, Myron, Kiio, Pa. 

Sands, Jnmos W., Mifflinburg, Pa 

Sands, Joseph K., Fairmount^ W. Va. 

Sanger. W., Charlestown, Mass. 

Sartwell, George B , Detroit, Mich. 

Satterwliito, Harvey, Martinsville, Ind. 

Savage, John, Jr., Cambridge, Mass. 

Saxion. A. M., St. J( soph. Mo. 

Sayre, William M., Rliinebeck, N. Y. 

Scammon, Tristram, Snco, Me. 

Schaffer, William L., Philadolphia, Pa. 

Schall, James A., York, Pa. 

Schetky, M. P., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Schmi it, IIu-xo, Davenport, Iowa. 
*Schloc88er, R., S^c, Chicago, 111. 

Schrciner, Osmond H., New York City. 

Scott, Aaron B., Hudson, N. Y. 

Scott, Albert S., Peterborough, N. H. 

Scott, Henry, Cooperstown, N. Y. 

Scott, James F., Andes, N. Y. 

Scott, John, Jr, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Scott, Samuel B., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Scott, W. T., Geneva, N. Y. 

Scribner, Harvey .A., New Albany, Ind. 

Scully, John D.,* Pittsburg, Pa. 

Seagrave, Wni. H., Slaterville, R. I. 

Seaman, B., New York City. 

Sears, Warren C, Warren, 111. 

Seaver, A. W., N(-rlhbo:o', Mass. 
*Seeds, W. H., Manclie.-ter, Iowa. 

Seeley, Wm. K., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Seeley, William P., Danbury, Conn. 

Seitz, Henry, Glen Rock, Pa. 

Seney, George I., New York City. 
♦Seward, William R., Rochester, N. Y. 

Sexton, Piny T., Palmyra, N. Y. 

Seymour, J. C. W., Fort Smith, Ark. 

Shackelford. Kdrn'd L., Danville, Ky. 

Shannon, George, Norristowu, Pa. 

Shaw, John, Bath, Me. 
*Shaw, Samuel T., Baltimore, Md. 

Shearer, Joseph 8., I'ort Plain, N. Y. 

Sheldon, Charles H., Providence, R. I. 

Sheldon, Thomas H., Athens, Ohio. 

Shelkr, Hugh P., Lewisburg, Pa. 

Shepard, Robert B., Hudson, N. Y. 

Shepherd, W. G., Hoboken, N. J. 

Sheppard, Charles, Springfield, Mo. 

Sherman, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y. 

Sherrick, John, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 

Sherwood, E. C., Southport, Conn. 

Shields, James R., New Albany, Ind. 

Shit Us, Robert, Neenah, Wig. 

Shipp, R. D., Louisville, Ky. 

Shirk, Milton, Peru, Ind. 

Shoch, Samuel, Columbia, Pa. 

Shores, James F., Portsmouth, N. H. 
*Shouse, D. L., Kan<as City, Mo. 

ShrivcT, Ed\N in T., Cumberland, Md. 



Shute, N. A., Exeter, N. H. 

Sidle, Henry G., Minneapolis, Minn, 

Sill, Joseph, Union Mills, Pa. 

Simonds, A Ivan, Boston, Mass. 
*Sims, Francis, Troy, N. Y. 

Sims, George F., Troy, N. Y. 

Skinner, Charles P., Owego, N. T. 

Skinner, Edward A., Westfield, N. Y. 

Skinner, W. H., Baitio Creek, Mich 

Slingluff, John, Norristown, Pa. 

Sloan, James, Jr., Baltimore, Md. 

Smalley, M. S., Gale.^burg, 111. 

Small, fc'amuel, Portland. Me. 

Smith, A. Vincent, ZimesviUe, Ohio. 

Smith. Edwin A., Providence, R. I. 

Smith, Elisha T., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Smith, George H., llarrisburg. Pa. 

Smith, Henry 0,, Romeo, Mich. 
*Smith, John B., Louis\i] •, Ky. 

Smith, John B., Peoria, III. 

Smith, John T., Baliimoie, Md. 

Smith, Joseph A., New Haven, Conn. 

Smith, Justin E., Hallowell, Me. 

Smith, J. E., N. While Creek, N. Y. 

Smith, Milo(F. P.), c:iinton, Iowa. 
*Smilh, Nathan J., Providence, R. I. 

Smith, Preston S., Concord, N. H. 

Smith, Robert S., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Smith, R. P., Woonsoeket, R. I. 

Smith, S. B., Richmond, Va, 

Smith, Thomas J., Orange', N. J. 

Smyth, Frederick, Manchester, N. H. 

Snoed, S. K., Henderson, Ky. 

Snow, Eben, Cambridge, Mass. 

Snow, George H., Harwich, Mass. 

Snow, Seymour B , E. C imbridge, Mass. 

Snow, William F., Baltimore, Md. 

Snyder, Benjamin, J.imesburg, N. J. 

Snyder, John M., Chillieothe. 0. 

Snyder, William H., Galena, 111. 

Somerby, Benjamin C, Portland, Me. 

Soren, John J,, Boston, Mass, 

Sowles, Albert, St. Albans, Vt. 

Sowles, E. M., Swan I on. Vt. 
*Spader, John L., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Spalding, Edwin A., Athens, Pa. 

Spalding, John A., Nasliua, N. H. 

Sparhawk, J., Marbleliead, Mass. 

Spear, Horace B., Quiney, Mass. 

Spear, H. S., Champaign, HI. 
*Spears, Noa, Georgetown, Ky. 

Spencer, A. K., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Spencer, Charles H., Grinnell, Iowa. 

Spencer, William, Steubenville, Ohio. 
♦Spink, George T., Trumansburg, N. Y. 

Spink, Nicholas N., Wick lord, R. L 

Sprague, Charles J.. Boston, Mass. 

Sprigg, Daniel, Baltimore, Md. 

Sprigg, G. H., York, Piu 

Stake, E. G. W., Williamsport, Md, 

Stanton, R., McConnellsville, Ohio. 

Stanwood, Theodore, Cmcianati, Oliio. 



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Stariu. Jos'ab N., Auburn, N. Y. 

Stark, Samuel, Tiinkhannock, N. Y. 

S^arr, Georcre, Cold Water, Mich. 

Starr, M., Rock ford, 711. 

Sledman, Daniel M. C, Wakefield, R. I. 

Steele, James, Portland, Oregon. 
♦Stentz, H. P., Monroeville, Ohio. 

Stephenson, F. L., Pittsbnrp:, Pa. 

Stetson, M. V. B., Champhiin,N. Y. 

Stevens, Alexander F^., N. Y. City. 

Stevens, Henrj, Randolph, Mass. 

Stevens, Henry C, Newport, R. L 

Stevens, James H., Camden, N. J. 

Stevenson, Columbus S., N. Y. City. 

Stewart, A., Albion, N. Y. 
*Stewart, Cliarles W., Covington, Ky. 

Stickney, P]dward S., Chicago, 111. 

Stickney, Joseph A., Great Falls, N. H. 

Stickney, M. T., Bangor, Me. 

Stillwell, Albert G., Piovidence, R. I. 

Siillwell, T. N., Anderson, Ind. 

St. John, S. Y., New Canaan, Conn. 

Slwldard, Isaac N., Plymouth, Mass. 

Stoddart, Thomas A., St. Louis, Mo. 
*Sione, Charles M., Provid<'nce, R. I. 

Stone, George A., Troy, N. Y. 

Stone, Gyles P., Newburyport, Mas.s. 

Stone, Jacob, Newburyport, Mass. 

Stone, W. E., Peoria, ill. 

Stoney, Robert J., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Storm, P. L., Frederick, Md. 

Slorrs, William W., Concord, N. R 

Stott, James, Carbondale, Pa. 

Siouffer, Joseph A., New Windsor, Md. 

Stout, Joiin H., New York City. 

Stover, Wm. S., Frenchtown, N. J. 

Straycr, Crawford C, Harrisonburg, Ya. 

Street, Charles H., Norvv;dk, Conn. 

Stribling, T., Point Pleasant, W. Va. 
♦Stroud, James II., Stroudsburg, Pa. 

Strong, Chauiicc}', Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Strong, Martin D., Marshall, Mich. 
♦Stryker, Thoraus J., Trenton, N. J. 

Stump, Jolm, Germaiitown, Ohio. 

Sturges. F. D., Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 

Sutherland, R. V., Peru, 111. 

Sutor, W. A., Chicago, 111. 

Swan, James, Boston, Mass. 

Swan, Samuel, Conway, Mass. 

Swasey, E., Bucksporl, Me. 

Swayze, Jacob L., Newton, N.J. 
♦ Sweenev, James, Bulfulo, N. Y. 
♦Swift, Clark C , Silver Cr^-ek, N. Y. 

Swift, Rowland, Hartford, C/onti. 

Symmes, Caleb T., Lancaster, Mass. 

Symonds, Charles S., Utiea, N. Y. 

Taintor, Frniik L,., N. Y. City. 
♦Talbot, Theodore B., Providence, R. I. 
Talley, Nathaniel, Clarksville, W. Va. 
Tallman, John C, Bridgeport, Ohio. 
Tallman, Thomas P., Chicago, 111. 



Tappen, Shepard, Troy, N. Y. 

Taplin, J. C, Montpelier, Vt. 

Tayler, Matthew B., Warren, Ohio. 

Taylor, David l\, Indiamipolis, ind. 

Taylor, John W., K .lamazoo, Mich. 

Taylor, John W,, Soraerville, N. J. 
♦Taylor, Robert B., Frankfort, Ky. 

Taylor, William, Chester, Pa. 

Tead, Edward L., Boston, Mass. 

Teall, William W., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Terry, H. P., Holyoke, Mass. 

Terwilliger, J. 8., Bdvidere, 111. 

Tew, Willis, Jamestown, N. Y. 

Thacher, W W., Memphis, Tenn. 

Thayer, J. H. B., Dedham, Mass. 

Theobald, F. R., Richmond, Me. 

Thew, George M.. Augusta, Ga. 
*Thibaut, E, J., New Oi leans, La. 

Thomas, BjTon, Newark, N. J. 

Thomas, Francis II., Rome, N. Y. 

Tiiomas, George R., Utica, N. Y. 

Thomas, James W., Lansing, Iowa. 

Thomas, Richa.d, Easton, Md. 

Thomas, W. B., Baraboo, Wis. 

Thompson, Andiew, New York City. 

Thompson, A. P., Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Thompson, C, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Thompson, C. A., Waverly, N. Y. 

Thompson, Horace, St. Paul, Minn. 

Thompson, J., Candor, N. Y. 

Thompson, M., Watertown, N. Y. 

Thompson, Wm. P., Elizabeth, N. J. 
*Thompson, William, Keokuk, Iowa. 

Thornburgh, John, Newcastle, Ind. 
^Thornton, E. K., Versailles, Ky. 

Thorp, Edward. Blooniington, 111. 

Tlmrman, Richardson H., Troy, N. Y 
♦Thurston, p]. A., Brool<Ivn, N. Y. 

Tibbetts, Charles G., Wolfboro', N. H. 

Tilden, G. W., Keene, N. H. 

Timpson, Cornelius F., New York City. 

Tinkham, Edward I., ('hicago. III. 

Titcomb, William H., Rockland, Me. 

Titus, T. H., Rochester, Minn. 

Todd, Mortimer M., Port Chester, N. Y. 

Todd, Robert L., Columbia, Mo. 

Toland, Hartford, London, Ohio. 

Town, John J., Erie, Pa. 

Town, Morris C, Elgin, 111. 

Towne, Joseph H., Salem, Mass. 

Townsend, Amo-i, New Haven, Conn. 

Towusend, Charks, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Townsend, F. 11 , Sheboygan, Wis. 

Townsend, Je.*.se, Camden, N. Y 

Tracy, Frank W., Spiinglield, 111. 

Tracy, John H., St. Louis, Mo. 

Trader, Alfred, Xenia, Ohio. 

Trask, Ebenezer, Banj-or, Me. 

Tremain, Israel P.. Monticello, N. Y. 

Tressler, Andrew J., Byron, Ohio. 

Trippe, A. S., Fall River, Mass. 

Tryon, James S., llariford, Conn. 



List of Cashiers in the United States, 



175 



Tucker, Myron H., Lyon?', N. Y. 
Tufls, Asa A., Dover, N. H. 
TuUer, William K., At'anta, Ga. 
Turner, Joseph P.. Marblehe.id, Afass. 
Turner. PetorC, New London, Conu. 
Turrell, 0. B , St. Paul, Minn. 
Tusiin, Josepli P., Blootnsburj^, Pa. 
T^ler, Artemas S., Lowell, Mass. 
Tyler, Edward, Boston, Mass. 
•Tyler, W. B., Oweusboro', Ky. 

Uhler, E, A., Lebanon, Pa. 
Underwood, A. (J., Milf'ord, Mass. 
Underwood, F. L., Muscatine, Iowa. 
Uphara, Siunnel P., Watertown, N. Y. 
•Upham, H. P., St. Paul, Minn. 
Upton, Charles E., Rooliestor, N. Y. 
Upton, Peter, JalVrey, N. H. 
Usher, Luke, Potsd iin, N. Y. 

Vail, Hciirv F., New York City. 
•Vail, J. J., BrocJklyn, N. Y. 

Vale, L. W., Mt Plen^ant, Towa. 

Valentine, James J., Frainiui^ham, Mass. 

Van Allen, Adam, Albany, N. Y. 

Van Antwerp, John H, Albany, N. Y. 

Van Doren, J. H., Mi)rristo\vn, N. J. 

Van Gaasbeck, Corn. PL, Kingston, N. Y. 

Van Hoevenbergh, D.M.,Waterford,N.Y. 
♦Vannatta, Shelby, SlieHnville, Ky, 
♦Van Orden, John. New York City. 

Van Wagonen, John R., Oxford, N. Y. 

Van Wageinn, Willis, Schoharie, N. Y. 

Van Schaaek, John J., Kinderhook, N, Y. 
•Veazie, Alfre-1. Bangor, Me. 
♦Veech, R. S., Louisville, Ky. 
♦Vcghte, John V., Sotnerville, N. J. 
♦Ventres, David B., East Haddam, Ct. 

Vermillion, Wm., Smithfield, Ohio. 

Verrailye. John H., Keno?ha, Wis. 

Vernon. John W., Providence, R. L 

Vialle, Charles A., Boston, Mass, 

Vickery, Benj. C, Taunton, Mass. 
♦Viglim, P., Louisville, Ky. 

Voorhees, N. W,, .Clinton, N. J. 

Wadeson, R., Boonville, Mo. 

Wagner, John, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Wagner, William, Mor>jantown, Va. 

Wait, Wm. A., Glenn's Falls. N, Y. 

Waite, Silas M., Brattleboro', Vt, 

Walcott, Henry J,, (V»ncord, Mass, 

Walker. Alhed B., Kokomo, Ind. 

Walker, Asa K., Wilmington, N. C. 

Walker, Samnel S., St. Johns, Mich. 
•Walker. William R.. Concord, N. H. 

Wall, John M., Porismoutli, Ohio. 
♦Wallace, James A., Hopkinsville, Ky. 
♦Wallace, R. N., Shelby viUe, Tenn. 

Wallace, William T., Rockford, 111. 

Waller, F. W., Princeton. 111. 
*Walah, Alexander, Lanaingburg, N. Y. 



Waltner, TTenry, Hamilton, Ohio. 

Ward, Israel K., New Haven, Conn. 

Ward, Steplien D., Honesdale, Pa. 

Wardner, Henry, Windsor, Vt. 

Wardwell, Samuel, Rome, N. Y. 

Ward well, Stephen P., Providence, R. \, 

Wardwell, Stephen S., Providence, R. L 

Ware, Henry B.. Salem, N. J. 

Ware, Wm.. Fredericksburg. Va. 

Warner, Caleb Henry, Boston, Mass. 

Warner, Lewis, Northampton, Mass. 

Warner, T., Jr., Springfield, Mass. 
♦Warner, Theodore F., Weston, Mo. 

Warren, Augustus. Jlushville, 111. 

Warren, B. E., Bay City, Mich. 

Warren, Charles M., Terre Haute, Ind. 

Warren, John H., Oskaloosa, Iowa, 
♦Warren, Theodore D., New York City. 

Warrinor, J. L., Norlhanjpton, Mass. 

Warriner, John R., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Warriner, Lewis, Springfield. Mass. 

Wasson, Benjiinin, Crawfordsville, Ind. 
*Waterbury, U. A., Now York City. 

Waterman, Nehemiah, Toledo, Ohio. 

Waterman, Wm. H., Providence, R. I. 

Waters, Wm. A., Rochester, N, Y. 

Watrous, Jabez, Jr., Middleto\\Ti, Conn 

Watt, John H., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Watson, G. F., Schuylerville, N. Y. 
♦Watson, John, Frankfort, Ky. 

Watson, James M., Omaha, Neb. 

Watson, Joseph W. H., Newport, Del. 

Watson, Samuel H., Vinton, Iowa. 

Watson, Sylvester, Upper Sandusky, O. 

Watson, William S., Williamsport, Pa. 

Waugh, William, West Greenville, Pa. 

Weare, John, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Weaver, Charles C, SidMe3', Ohio. 
♦Weaver, George T., Newport, R. I. 
♦Weaver, Hart L., Lnporie, Ind. 

Webb, Joseph H,, Salem, Mass. 

Webb, Wm. H., Pliiladelphia, Pa. 

Weed, Jonathan N,, Newburg, N. Y. 

Weir, James W., Harrisburg, Pa. 
*Weisiger, D. A., Petersburg, Va. 
♦Weiss, P., Sl Louis, Mo. 

Welday, Henry 0., St. Clairsville, Ohio. 

Weller, Royal, We.stfteld, Mass. 

Wellington; C. M., Troy, N. Y. 

Wellington, Harvey H., Adams, Mass. 

Wellington, John G., Middlebury, Vt. 

Wellman, Abijah J., Friendship, N. Y. 

Wells, Horace K., Van Wert, Ohio. 

Wells, Phdip, Araenia, N. Y. 

Wells, Thomjis P., So. Kingston, R. I. 

Wendell, Emory, Detroit, Alich. 

Wendell. Nathan D., Albany, N. Y. 

West, Albert, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

West, D. B., Hunilion, N. Y. 

West, F. R., Des Moine^, Iowa. 

Westcott, R, J. D., Amherst, Mass. 

WestfuU, Wilsv)u P., Minneapolis, Minn. 



176 



List of Cashiers in the United States. 



"Weston, J. C, Clinton, Towa. 

"Weston, William L.. Danvers, Mass. 

"Weltermark, A., Houston, Texas. 

"Wcygandt, Cornelius N., Pliila., Pa. 

"Wheeler, J. 0., West Winfield. N. Y. 
♦Wheeler, Cornelius. Portacre City, "Wis. 

"Whinfield, C. W., Beaver Dara,'"Wi3. 

"Whitaker, J. A., Deckertown, N. J. 

"White, Ben. R, So. Weymouth, Mass. 

"White, Benjamin, Providence, R. I. 
•White, George "W., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

"White, Horace H., Boston, Mass. 

"White, John T., New Berlin, N. Y. 
•White, Samuel B., New York City. 

"White, Samuel, Lawrence, Mass. 

"White, Thomas B., New Bedford, Mass. 

"White, "William G., New York City. 

"Whitehead, Charles, Trenton, N. J. 

"Whitehouse, A. D., Gonic, N. H. 

"Whitelaw, Joh?) F., Cleveland, Ohio. 

"Whiteside, "W. H., Wabash, Ind. 

"Whiting, John H., Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. 

"Whitman, T. A., Anthony, R. I. 

"Whitney, PMmund C, Marlboro', Mass. 

"Whitten, James, Wilmington, 111. 

Whittlesey, T. Weed, Rochester, N. Y. 

Wiard, Charles F., Waukegan, 111. 

Wicks, Wm. A. E., Chestertown, Md. 

Wiegand, John, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wilbour, Joshua^ Providence, R. I. 

Wild, James P., Dover, Del. 

Wiley, Evans G., Urbano, Ohio. 

Wiley, P. A., Raleigh. N. C. 

Wilkinson, E. S., North Adams, Mass. 
♦Wilkinson, Wm. S., Norfi»lk, Va. 
•Willett, George W., New York City. 

Williams, A. F., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Williams, Clias. E., E. Hampton, Mass. 

Williams, Charles M., Lowell, Mass. 

Williams, Chauncey P., Albany, N. Y. 

Williams, D. D., Conneautville, Pa. 

Williams, Francis II., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Williara.s, Georsi:e, Warren, R. I. 

Williams, G. W., Canton. Ohio. 

Williams, George G., Now York City. 

Williams, Geor-e R., Ithaca, N. Y. 

Williams, James II., Bellows Falls, Vt. 

Williams, J. S., Waltham, Mass. 

Williams, Robert H., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Williams, Robert S , Utica, N. Y. 

Williams, Wilson J., Vinceunes, Ind. 

Willis, Henry A., Filchburg, Mass. 

Willson, Edmond. New York City. 

Willson, J. A., Bloominglon, 111. 

Wilson, E. H., Indiana. Pii. 

Wilson, George B . West Troy, N. Y. 

Wilsou, Hiram, Genesco, IIL 



Wilson, H. C, Chicago, 111. 

Wilson, John T., Sharon, Pa. 

Wilson. Thomas, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Wilson, William, U"lontown, P:u 

Wilson William L., Plymouth, Pa. 

Winchell, John P., Brunswick, Me. 

Wing, Asahel, Fort Edward, N. Y 

Wing, Henry F., Grafton, Mass. 

Wingert, F. B., Ashland, Pa. 

Winner, John L., Greenville. Ohio, 

Winsor, William, Greenville, R. I. 

Wiriterbotham, J. H., Ft. Madison, Iowa. 

Winship, Wm. A., Portland, Me. 
♦Winsiandley, W. C, Bedford, Ind. 

Witherbee, Austin B., Flint, Mich. 

Witherbee, John B., Boston, Mass. 
♦Withers, J. S., Cynthiana, Ky. 

Witter, Charles E., Ravenna, Ohio. 

Wolcott, Robert W., Batavia, 111. 

Wolfe, Wm. H., Parkersburg, W. Ya. 

Wood, Elbridge G., Haverhill, Mass. 

Wood, George F., Worcester, Muss. 

Wood, John H., Virginia, 111. 

Woodhouse, Charles W., Burlington, Vt. 

Woodruflf, A. S., Elizabeth, N. J. 

WoodrufiT, F. W., Joliet, III. 

Woods, Edwin, Barre, Mass. 

Woodward, Benj. B., Davenport, Iowa. 

Woodward, Moses W., Phili., Pa. 
* Wood worth, B. B., Cortland, N. Y. 

Wood worth, Bcnj. L., Wesiport, Conn. 
♦Woollen, William W., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Worth, James L., New York City. 

Worthington, Jolin, Cooperstown, N. Y. 

Wright, Amzi J.. Greenfield, Ohio. 

Wright, Edward P., Brighton, Mass. 

Wright, George S., Marshall, Mich. 

Wright, Virgil H., Newark, Ohio. 

Wright, William, Sparta, Wis. 

Wrigley, William W., Macon, Ga. 
*Wuorpel, Edmoud, St. Louis, Mo. 

Wyckoflf, George H., New York City. 

Yarriiigton, T. G., Richmond, 

Ind. 
Yeatman, James E., St. Louis, Mo. 
Yanger, John C, Union Springs, N. Y, 
Yergason, H C, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Yoder, Wm. L., Maha-ioy City, Pa. 
Youle, George W., New York Cit/, 
Young, Henry C, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Young, Joseph G., Piqua, Ohio. 
♦Young, William A., Albany, N. Y. 

*Zabriskie, €J. J. N., N. Y. City. 
Zeller, 0. C, Tiffin, Ohio. 
Zimmerman, A., St. Johnsville, N. Y. 



C^ Errors or omissions in the preceding list should he reported immediately for th$ 
second edition of this work^ to he issued in a few weeks. 



The Savings Banks of New York. 177 



THE SAVINGS BANKS OF NEW YORK. 

January 1, 1869. 
New Banks in the State of New Yokk, 

1. The Catskill Savings Bank, Catskill. 

2. The Ithaca Savings Bank. 

3. The Security Savings Bank, Buffalo. ^ . 

4. Guardian Savings Institution, New- York City. 

5. The Mutual Benefit Savings Bank, New- York City. 

6. The Teutonia Savings Bank, New- York City. 

7. The Rondout Savings Bank. 

8. The German Savings Bank, Morrisania. 

9. The Park Savings Bank, Brooklyn. 

10. The Bowling-Green Savings Bank, New- York City. 

Comparative View of the Savings Banks of the City and State of New York, on tJie 
I'st of January 1867-1869. 

The following tables exhibit the number of Savings Banks in this city and Brooklyn, 
and other cities throujihout the State; the number of depositors and the amount on 
•deposit, with a comparison with previous years :— 

January, 1869. ■« 

Name. Jan., 1867. Jan., 1868. Deposits. Deposi- 

• tors. 

Bowery Savings Bank, $15,598,769 .. $15,644,748 .. $16,551,227 .. 51,652 

Bank for Savings 14,238,471 .. 14,719,987 .. 15,402,504 .. 64,045 

Seamen's Savings Bank 8,358.538 .. 8,316,611 .. 8,306,372 .. 23,983 

Greenwich Savings Bank,... 4,748,119 .. 4,954,694 .. 5,474,185 .. 18,799 

Manhattan Savings Bank,... 4,604,161 .. 5,095,098 .. 5,476,630 .. 16,269 

Emigrant Industrial 5,428,402.. 5,917,778.. 6,268,316.. 19,245 

Dry Dock Savings Bank,. . . 5,445,686 .. 5,587,027 .. 5,731,120 .. 15,132 

Merchants' Clerks' Savings,. 1,815,073 .. 2,008,292 .. 2,126,908 .. 6,954 

East River Savings 1.939,014.. 2,341,003.. 2,726,508.. 8,688 

Irving Savinus, 1,578,536 .. 1,701,205 .. 1,996,441 .. 5,919 

Broadway Savings 1,330,033 .. 1,375995 .. 1,489,716 .. 4,007 

Metropolitan Savings, 2,001,288 .. 3,263,528 .. 4,441,073 .. 9,541 

Sixpenny Savings, 438,677 .. 774,511 .. 1,015,237 .. 20'571 

New York Savmgs, 613,247.. 981,919.. 1,154,265.. 3,899 

Mechanics and Traders' 2,288,521 .. 2,549,248 .. 2,687,697 .. 5,846 

German Savings, 4,110,877 .. 4,334,032 .. 4,355,689 .. 15 867 

Union Dime, 2,482,1 51 . . 4,429,549 . . 5,687,358 . . 23.000 

Atlantic Savings, 1,450,975.. 1,767,070.. 1,985,035.. 5,080 

Citizens' Savings, 3,189,587 .. 4,252,055 .. 5,136,752 .. 11,695 

Third Avenue Savings, 3,884,345 .. 5,148,240 .. 4,774,862 .. 13,602 

Franklin Savings, 243,264 .. 332,647 .. 450.466 .. 2,496 

Harlem Savings 75,.537 . . 122,054 . . 201,704 . . 1 ,304 

Market Savings Bank 584,828 .. 730,435 .. 876,281 .. 2,373 

North River Savings Bank,. 11,627 .. 202,049 .. 337,622 .. 1,822 

Up Town Savings Bank,... 114,718 .. 211,236 .. 304,856 .. 1,202 

Central Park Savings, new. .. 110,959 .. 62,260.. 373 

National Savings Institution, new. .. 68,966 .. 163,523 .. 926 

People's Savings, new. .. 42,174 .. 126,571 .. 498 

Bowling Green Savings B'k,. new. .. 176,652 .. 449 

Guardian Savings Institution, new. .. 72,498 .. 268 

Mutual Benefit Savngs B'k,. new. .. 61,241 .. 83 

Teutonia Savings Bank,.... 57,903 .. 330 

$86,574,343 .. $96,983,110. $105,679,472 .. 35.5,978 



178 



The Savings BanJcs of New YorJc. 



BROOKLYN AND NEW YORK. 



Name. Jan., 1867. 

New York City $86,574,343 

Brooklyn Savinjrs Bank, 5,730,886 

WillianisUiirirh Savings, 5,415,933 

South Brooklvn Savings, 1,889,074 

Brooklyn Dime, 2,419,181 

East Brooklyn Savings, 257,192 

Kings Co. Sav. Institution^, 686,798 

])ime, of \Villinms!)urgh,. . . 391,988 

Emigrant Sav., Brooklyn,. . . 99,876 

German S. Bk., Brooklyn,. . 140.258 

Long Island S. B., " .. 129,288 

German ia Savings Bk., NY., new. 

Hamilton Savings Bk., " new. 

Mutual Savings Bank, " new. 
Park Savings Bank, 

New York and Brooklyn, . $103,734,817 

Interior towns, 28,034,257 

• ' 

Total, State of New York, $131,769,074 



January, 1869. 



Jan., 1868. 


Deposits. 


Depositors. 


$96,983,110 


$105,679,472 


. . 355,978 


6,191,833 . 


. 6,745,420 


.. 21,002 


5,844,485 . 


e, 183,643 


. . 17,406 


2,306,394 , 


. 2,753,124 


. . 9,768 


3,045,872 . 


. 3,742,642 


. . 19,8.52 


323,832 . 


349,068 


. . 2,637 


780,540 . 


835,195 


. . 2,588 


52.5,167 . 


722,151 


4,621 


104,325 . 


146,599 


488 


349,314 . 


463,396 


2,363 


395,946 . 


698,032 


1,855 


106,284 . 


167,374 


721 


8,416 . 


17,566 


434 


6,435 . 




.... 



31,917 .. 



199 



$116,971,953 ..$128,535,599 .. 439,912 
34,155,609.. 41,273,079 .. 148,644 



.. $151,127,562 ..$169,808,678 .. 588,556 



Deposits of the Savinqs Banks of the Interior Cities and Towns of the State of Neio York, 
Januari/, 1868 and 1869, and number of Depositors in each, Jan. 1, 1869. 



Place. Name. 

Albany, Albany Savings Bank, 

" City Savings Institution,. . . 

" ICxchangc Savings Bank,. . . 

" Mcihanics and Farm's' Sav., 

" Hope pavings Bank, 

Albion, Orleans Savings Bank, 

Auburn, Auburn Savings, 

.** Mutual Savings, 

Binghampton, . . IJiiigluimpton Savings Bank, 

" ^. Chen Jingo Valley, 

Buffalo, Buffalo Savings, 

" Mcclianies' Savings, formerly 

Emigrant Savings, 

" Eric County Savings Bank,. 

' Western Savings, 

" National Savings, 

" Security Savings. 

Cartilage, Carthage Savings Bank 

Catskill, Ciitskill Savings, 

Cohocs, Coliocs Savings Institution,. 

Corning, Corning Sav. Biink (closing), 



January 1, 1869. 



Jan., 1868. 


Deposits. 


No. De- 
positors. 


$2,323,936 . 


$2,5.32 677 . 


7,.548 


389,737 . 


448,908 . 


1,111 


116,568 . 


128,635 . 


458 


1,097,952 . 


1,251,468 . 


2.870 


15,979 . 


32,265 . 


161 


21,020 . 


13,028 . 


74 


912,626 . 


l.r57..->40 . 


5,109 


266,633 . 


393 456 . 


1,593 


128,778 . 


232.035 . 


1,095 


135,948 . 


220,326 . 


866 


2,856,516 . 


3,166,670 . 


16,127 


160,423 . 


160,784 . 


876 


3,67.5,307 . 


4,565,7.59 . 


19.5.50 


645,843 . 


702 260 . 


1,774 


179,043 . 


363,620 . 


1 .07,^ 


new. 


37,282 . 


103 


2,409 . 


868 . 


17 


new. 


47,901 . 


229 


263,7.54 . 


291,865 . 


1,120 


220 . 


201 . 


23 



Tlie Savings Banks of New York. 



179 



January 1, 1SG9. 



Place. 



Name. 



Cortland, Cortlftnd Savinp;s Bank, 

Elinira, Elmini Savings Bank, 

Fishkill, Fishkill Savinj^s Bank, 

" Moelianics' Savinj^s Bank, . . 

Flushing:, Qiit-cns County S^infis.,. . . 

Fredonia, Cliantanqua Co. Sav. Bank,. 

Hudson, Hudson City Savinjjs, 

Ithaca, Ithaca Savings Bank, 

Jamaica liunaica Savings Bank 

Kingston Ulster Co. Sav. Institution,. . 

Lockport Niagara County Savings,. . . . 

Mornsania, German Savings Bank, 

Newburgh Xewbiirgh Savings Bank,. . . 

New Kocliello, . .New Kodiellc Savings Bank,. 

Norwich, .... ^. Clienango Co. Savings Bank, 

Oneida, Onei la Savings Bank, 

Oswego, Oswego City Savings Bank,. 

Peekskill, Pcekskill Savings, 

Port Chester,. . . Port CheSter Savings, 

Poughkcepsie, , .'Poughkeepsio Savings, 

ftliinebcck, Kliinebcck Savings, 

Rochester, Monroe Co. Sav. Institution, 

" Rochester Savings 

" Mechanics' Savings, 

T?ome, Rome Savings, 

Rondout, Rond«>ut Savings Bank,. . . . 

Sag HarI)or,. . . . Sag Harbor Savings 

Saratoga Sp'gs.. Saratoga Co. Savings Bank, 

Schenectady,.. . .Schenectady Savings 

Sing Sing,. ..... Sing Sing Savings, 

Skancateles Skancatcles Savings Bank,. . 

Southold, Southold Savings, 

Stapleton, Staten Island Savings Bank, 

Syracuse, Syracuse Savings Institution, 

" Onondaga County Savings, . 

Tarrytown, Westchester Co. Sav. Bank,. 

Troy, Central Savings, 

" M.inufacturers' Savings,. . . , 

" Mutual Savings, 

" State Savings., 

" Troy Savings, 

Utica, Central City Savings, 

" National Sav. Bank of Utica, 

" Savings Bank of Utica., 

Watertown, JctfcM^on County Savings,. . 

Yonkers, Yonkers Savings, 

" People's Savings, 

Totals, 18G8 and 18G9, $34,155,609 

New York City Banks, 96,983,110 

Brooklyn Banks, . . 19,988,843 



Jan., 1868. 


Deposits. 


No. De- 
positors. 


3,9730 . 


■ 65,059 . 


461 


220,669 . 


240,506 . 


862 


73,225 . 


129,216 . 


583 


200,246 . 


240,716 . 


. 1,426 


41,114 . 


68,617 . 


. 312 


354,040 . 


442,589 . 


. 1,900 


new. 


52,764 . 


. 442 


52,786 . 


102,306 . 


. 366 


721,645 . 


037,075 . 


2,777 


3,768 . 


Failed ia 


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96,064 . 


. 712 


848,360 . 


1,079,778 . 


. 4,352 


17,421 . 


30.851 . 


. " 193 


61,852 . 


60,448 . 


239 


60,957 . 


120,440 . 


585 


313,501 . 


321,877 . 


1,640 


316,718 . 


346,279 . 


1,610 


122,699 . 


164,.543 . 


583 


1,318,585 . 


1,502,832 . 


6,247 


60,770 . 


61,679 . 


349 


2,217,064 . 


. 2,299,305 . 


6,037 


2,482,543 . 


2,97-^G89 . 


9,142 


521,681 . 


936,888 . 


. 2,313 


442,924 . 


608,555 . 


581 


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185,3.59 . 


504 


127,727 . 


149,493 . 


1,00G 


1,041 . 


8,648 . 


53 


412,261 . 


451,817 . 


1,438 


248,669 . 


299,547 . 


1,067 


98,812 . 


103.345 . 


517 


332,796 . 


414,681 . 


129 


13,869 . 


30,964 . 


217 


1,127,7.55 . 


1,382,G15 . 


4,291 


2,301,336 . 


2,918,141 . 


9,3:'2 


392,221 .. 


407,384 . 


1,585 


61,805 . 


36,479 . 


140 


13,898 . 


6,366 . 


44 


163,210 . 


175,818 .. 


553 


144,293 . 


135,150 .. 


435 


2,074,471 . 


2,218,726 .. 


6,324 


146,191 . 


168,867 .. 


713 


586,924 . 


985,696 . 


3, 4'] 6 


1,666,945 . 


1,907,256 . 


6,037 


103,154 . 


103,043 . 


754 


404,871 . 


489,608 . 


1,917 


38,299 . 


G5,392 . . 


504 



$41,273,079 . 148,644 

10.5,679,472 . 355,978 

22.856,127 . 83,9.34 



Grand totals, ! $151,127,562 . . $169,808,678 . 588,556 



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Coinage of the United Kingdom. 



COINAGE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. 

Calendar Years, 1854 to 1868. 

AifouNT OF Gold, Silver, and Copper Moneys coined at the 
• Royal Mint^ London. 



YEARS. 


GOLD. 


SILVER. 


COPPER. 


TOTAL. 


1854 


£4,152,183 


£140.480 


£61,538 


£4,354,201 


1855 


9,008,663 


195,510 


. 41,091 


9,245,264 


1856 


6,002,114 


462,528 


11,418 


6.476,060 


1857 


4,859,860 


373.230 


6,720 


5,239,810 


1858 


1.231,023 


445,896 


13,440 


1,690,359 


1859 


2,649,509 


647.064 


8,512 


3,305,085 


1860 


3,121,709 


218,403 


37,990 


3,378,102 


1861 


8,190,170 


209,484 


273,578 


8.673,232 


1862 


7,836,413 


148,518 


352,800 


8,337,731 


1863 


6,997,212 


161,172 


151,648 


7,310,032 


1864 


9.535,597 


535,194 


18,069 


10.088,861 


1865 


2,367,614 


501.732 


57,493 


2,926.839 


1866 


5,076,676 . 


493,416 


50,624 


5,G20 716 


1867 


496.397 


193,842 


33.301 


723,540 


1868 


1,653,384 


301,356 


16,328 


1.971,068 



ENGLISH SAVINGS BANKS (Fifteen Years). 

Total Amount held at the End of each Year, 1854-1868, by 
Trustees of Savings Banks. 



TEAR. 


ENGLAND. 


* WALES. 


SCOTLAND. 


IRELAND. 


UNITED " 
KINGDOM, 


1854 


£20,400,685 


£795,829 


£1.931,928 


£1,607,638 


£33,736,080 


1855 


29,771,139 


842,432 


2,033,925 


1,615,639 


84,263,135 


1856 


30,404,870 


878,844 


1,938,572 


1.723.726 


34,946,012 


1857 


30694,646 


898,260 


1,776,746 


1,775.915 


35,145,567 


1858 


31,533,736 


907,301 


1,960,902 


1,818,423 


30.220.362 


1859 


33,810,564 


968,792 


2,210,710 


2,005,810 


38,1.95,876 


1860 


35,666,481 


1,034,732 


2,4m,073 


2,143,082 


41.258,368 


1861 


35 818,199 


1,037.309 


2 537,963 


2,153.004 


41.546,475 


1862 


34.808,335 


988,532 


2,677,209 


2,088,180 


40.562.256 


1863 


34.989,517 


1.013,335 


2,877,332 


2,071,321 


40.951,505 


1864 


33.743,143 


984,910 


2,819,033 


1,9T3.250 


39,520,836 


1865 


33,052,171 


997,091 


2,859.377 


1,836,659 


38.745,298 


1866 


31.100,486 


976,198 


2,751,166 


1,554 266 


36.:!82 116 


1867 


30,974,031 


976,621 


2,949,732 


1,632,819 


36,533,203 


1868 


30,855,592 


983,023 


3,218,035 


1,815.128 


36.871,778 



1870.] 



Imports and Exports. — National Deht, 



183 



IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. 

Real Value of tiik Total Imports and Exports of ^Merchandise into 
AND from the United Kingdom, with Proportion thereof per Head 
OF Total Population. 





IMPOKTS. 


K.X PORTS. 


TOTAL OF IMPORTS 
AND KXP0UT8. 






British Produce. 












Total Value. 


Propor- 
tion 
per liead 
of 1 
PoKula- 


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Foreign 

nnd 
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Total Value 

of 

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and Foreign 

and 
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per head 


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Produce. 


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£ . £ S. d. 


£ 


£ 


£ 


• 
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1854 


152,.>9.05.'i 


5 10 2 


97.184,720 3 10 2 


18,030,300 


115,8 -'1.092 


208.210,145 


9 14 


1H.V) 


143,5^2,850 


5 3 2 


95,088,085 1 3 8 10 


21,003,215 


1 10 J9 1,300 
139,220,353 


1200.234,150 


9 7 


1850 


172,5 J4. 154 


(i .•>, 2 


115,820,948 ! 4 2 10 


23,393,405 


|311,704,5'7 


11 2 7 


1857 


187,814,441 


J 3 5 


122,000, 1"7 i 4 7 


24,1' 8,194 


140,174.301 


.3::j.0ls,742 


11 17 


1858 


1()4,.5S.'5.8:;2 


5 10 


110,008,750 14 2 5 


23,174,023 


139.782,779 


:.304,3'Uioa 


10 14 5 


1859 


170,)82,.']:)5 


(•) 5 5 


1.30,411,529 4 11 2 


25,281,440 


155,092,075 


! 3-'>4,K75 :5.30 


11 14 2 


1800 


210,5:!0,87:] 


7 7 i 


135,891,227 | 4 14 7 


28 010,124 


104 521,351 


, 375 052.224 


13 7 


1801 


2]7,4>5,( 24 


7 10 2 1 


125,102,814 


4 5 


34,529,()81 


159,0.32,498 


.377,n7..V.'2 


13 5 


1802 


225,7 lii,'.)70 


7 14 7 : 


123.992.2()4 


4 5 7 


42,175,870 


100,108,1.34 


' 391 885,110 


13 8 5 


1803 


248,0 0,020 


8 9 5 


14C),C02..342 


5 


60,:;00 007 


190,902,409 


44. 5,82 1.4^:9 


15 3 5 


1804 


274 052,172 


9 


100.449,053 


5 8 7 


52,170,501 


212,019,014 1 


487,571,7-(i 


10 9 !0 


1805 


271 072,285 


9 2 2: 


105.835,725 


5 11 5 


52.995,851 


218,831,570 1 


4-9,90.!,801; 10 9 2 


1805 


295,290 27* 9 17 2 ! 


188.9; 7,5.30 


2 


49,988,146 


238,G05,C)82 


6"4,'95,950 


17 10 10 


1807 


275,18:j,i:j7 


9 2 1 


1 80,9 ")1. 923 


GOO 


44,840.000 


225,80i,029 ! 


5<^;o,<;85,or.o 


10 12 3 


18GS 


295,611,500 


9 14 ! 


179,403,044 


5 18 2 


48,126,019 


227,588,003 


6.3,100,229 


17 4 4 



TOT.YL AMOUNT OP THE NATIONAL DEBT AT THE END OF 
EACH FINANCIAL YEAR. 

















FUHUED DEBT. 


AMOrNT 




FINANCIAL YEAER 








E.NDINO 


Capital of 

Unredeeinod Funded 

Debt. 


Estimated Capital 

of 

Terminable Annuities. 


UNFUNDED DEBT. 




Jan. 15, 1851 * 


£ 755,311,761 


(Not computed.) 


£ 10,024, ICO 




March 31, 1^55 


752.004,119 


£ 20,703,244 


2 5,151,400 




" 185(J 


775.730.994 


25,000,104 


28,1-2,700 




1S57 


780,119 722 


23,014,241 


1.7,989,0<:0 




«' l.S.-»8 


779,225,495 


20 997,045 


25.911,500 




" 1K)9 


78<5,801,154 


ls,85C),320 


18,277,400 




" IKGO 


785,1K52,000 


10,889 010 


V-S 228 "00 




'• 1>01 


785,119,009 


10,240.287 , 


]0(;89,CC0 




1802 


784,252,338 


10,019,052 


10.517,900 




1W.3 


78 !,.300.739 


17,757.183 


10 495 4C0 




" 186 i 


777,429 224* 


22,004,910 


1', '.30,000 




" lh05 


775 708.295 


21,778 003 


10,742.'i00 




18TO 


773,313,229 


21,-342,020 • 


8,187,700 




flh07 


709 541,004 


23,.351,043 


7,950.^00 




" ■ 1808 


74I,190,328t 


47.930. 222t 


7,911,100 


t 


" 1809 


740,418 032 


47,540,935 


8,890,100 



* In 1804. the Puni of £5.000,000 of the Unredeemed Funded Debt \va« cancelled, and a Ter- 
niinable Annuity created in ii<u tliereof, under the 20th Vic. cap. 25. .-• ct. 2. 

t Altrration.>< in ;iin(iuiits of Capital of Unredeemed Funded Debt and of Terminable Anuu- 
Ities, chiefly caused by the couversion, in 1808, of Stock into Terminable Aunuiiies. 



184 



Daily Price of Gold, Year 18G2. 



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634 



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185 



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Hx • e-r^t-HiTix H'*-:it . >r(-» ~i^^^ . Hx-3 trlx-ix • ' -• Hreo'x • • 

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as c *cc3 c"— — * c 

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^^f'W ..• ^' Hi>»H'<*< nH • Hn ■ H#«)o(«l'<t -*N . H-MHxHx'Okn 

© X ^4 :*> >^o» 0> r^ to — — >>-< ift O r^ 00 to t-.t^ cTi on r^ CO r^ t>.in -t co — (M 

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^ [2 "2 "2 '« "^ 

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— OO-HTi — P^— . — — OcSOOOOOO«0<75000CJeSCO • • • 

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0000 ■''' — — — — — c-'''oocooo-'''o5Xoosoia>^-^a>o • • • 

— — — — ' ~.^-. — — — _^— 1^^^ Q5 — ^ 

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t"-. :^»rr 't OJ oc t^ >^i- — f -t o 01 o t>-i— t^ r^ -^ r^ to t^.'M (M i-. to m o ^.■<*' -^ 

5S_2TOeO(N(MOI_2(M!MOI(M<M'>l cJGM-H^.-rOO cSOOOO — C*)^ — ^ 

3 "5 iOtao-+«Hx«ix 3 «laD-«^>-i(^ «.*«*** 3 HNPM-<tHN «('*H*< 3 HnH* rt-*-*N 3 nl<» 
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^pHi-<i-ii-i.-i^^,-i^(?<<NC>l(N(N(M<N(N(M(NeOeO 



188 



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--i"*t'*-*-«co^cocococo-««?:coco«n^«co««??iX^;,?; 




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638 



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189 



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''^cocococoeoco-''^coeoco2=oeo^''coeoeocococo''''eocoococoeo^-'eoco 
5? 



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^ o >»^ o oi cr- OS oi >,cs 35 o o — o >^<z. cj: o oi 0-. o > c c as >.0' 00 • 

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cococo«coco sscococoeoeoco cico-*-«t'<t'^co rtTftco.coco-* e52'*'* 

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<to . -to-:!MHx-:l->t~<x . -■|'.<c;lx?:!x-«-rH'^«l'* • •nk» "*» ->NHx • H'?rti-r:i--i|-H'M^ • 

^ >-,»- t~ ;a ,0 vo r^ >%t^ I- t^ r^ r^ t^ >:t^ 00 oc oo 00 00 >.or oc nfi 00 00 co >-» 

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^73co?o-'-^coJO coeocoso^-^CTcocoococo''-' 



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t1< ^< -t rO 10 CO i^tO O » t^ r- ?o >.»« Tt iC t^ rf >.0C OC -^ ^ cr. 1^ 

corsco^acoco scoeocococoeo rjcoeocoeocoeo «coco^-*coco 



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25 



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■g ^ 73 73 M 73 73 



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190 



Daily Price of Gold, Tear 1868. 



639 



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a ' c c c '-= c 

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e '"^ -^ '5 "^ 

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Eminent Merchants and Bankers, 



195 



EMINENT MERCHANTS AND BANKERS. 



Brief Sketches of the Lives of Eminent Merchants and 
Bankers, whose Portraits, engraved on Steel, are con- 
tained IN the Illustrated Edition of " The Merchants 
AND Bankers' Almanac for 1870." Price Five Dollars. Only 
250 cojnes j^^'i^ted. 



For more ample materials relating to the persons named, the render may, with advantage^ 
consult HanVs "Lives of American Merchants," N.Y., 1856; Parfon's "Famous 
Americans of Recent Times," Boston, 1867; also, Appleton's valuable " Ci/clopcedia of 
Commercial and Business Anecdotes," N.Y., 1868, containing notices of Merchants, 
Traders, Bankers, Mercantile Celebrities, Millionriaires, Sfc. 8vo, 770 pp. 



" Long life to Commerce! What lives not through it? What is all fresh life, all move- 
ment ill reality, but trade, exchange, gift for gift." — Bremer. 

" The man who has not any thing to boast of but his illustrious ancestors is like a 
potato; as the only good belonging to him is under the ground." — Sir Thomas Ovbe- 

BUKY. 

"Money is none of the wheels of tra'le: it is the oil which renders the motion of the 
wheels more smooth and easy." — Hume. 

*' Then would he be a broker, and draw in 
Both wares and money, by exchange to win." — Spenser. 
*• Whole droves of lenders crowd the banker's doors." — Dryden. 
" Long has this worthy been conversant in bartering, and knows that when stocks are 
lowest it is the time to buy." — Tatler. 

*' Of plain, sound sense life's current coin is made; 
With that we drive the most substantial trade." — Youno. 
" Liberal trade is good scholarship popularized ; and commerce is literature on a sign- 
board." 

" Creditors have better memories than debtorS, and creditors are a superstitious set, — 
great observers of set days and times." — Franklin. 

" There is no man who is not in some degree a merchant, — who has not something to 
buy or something to sell." — Johnson. 

" Little that is truly noble can be expected from one who is ever poring over his cash- 
book, or balancing his accounts." 

" Of all the bonds by which society is united, those of business connection are the most 
numerous and most extensive." — Roscoe. 

"Sweet is the destiny of all trades, whether of the brow or of the mind." — Bishop 
Halu 

" Work for pome good, be it ever so lowly; 
Labor, all labor, is noble and holy." — •Osgood. 



List of Thirty-five Merchants and Bankers whose Portraits are contained in the Illustrated 
Edilion of tiie " Merchants and Bankers' Almanac /or 1870:" — 



1. WJlHam Appleton. 186-2. 13. 

2. John J. Astor, i7()3-18i8. 14, 

3. William li. Astor. 15. 

4. Jacob Barker, N.O. 16. 

5. Nich. Bi.tdle, 1780-1844. 17. 

6. N. BowditPlj. I77:i-I8:{8. 18. 

7. P. C. Brooks. 17r.7-lS40. 19. 

8. J. Cliickeriiig, 1798-1.'^53. 20. 

9. Peter Cooper, N.Y,. 17'.>1, 21. 

10. T. p. Cope, Pliil., irG.«ui854. 22. 

11. Erastus Coriiinier, 171)4-. ... 23. 

12. J. Dadabhoy, 1785-1819. 24. 



L. De Medici, 1448-1492. 
Tliomas Dowse, 1772-l!^56. 
R. Fulton, N.Y., 1705-1815. 
A. Gallatin, 1761-1849. 
S. Glrard, Ph.la., 1750-1831. 
J. Grigg, Phlla., 1792-1804. 
Henry Grinnell, N.Y. 
Wm, F. Harnden, 1847. 
P. Hone, N.V., 1781-1851. 
W.R.Jone8,N.Y.,179:j-1855. 
J. Gore King, 1701-1853. 
A. Lawrence, 1792-1855. 



25. C. AV. Lawrence, 1791-1861. 
20. David Lcavilt, 1791- 

27. N. Longworth, 1782-1863. 

28. Robtrt Morris, 1731-1806. 

29. Geo. Peabody, 1795-1869. 

30. T. H. Perkins, 1764-1854. 

31. Robt. G. Shaw, 1775-1853. 

32. Samuel Slater, 1768-1835. 

33. R. L. Stevens, 1787-1856, 
31. Thos. Tileston. 17«'(>-1804. 
35. Cornelius Yauderbilt, 1791. 



196 Eminent Merchants and Bankers, 613 

I. — WILLIAM APPLETON OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

1786-1862. 

William Appleton was a prominent merchant of Boston, and 
also a member of Congress from tliat city in the years 1851-53, 
and was again elected to the 37th Congress, but resigned, after sitting 
through the extra session in 1861. Mr. Appletox died 1862, aged 
seveuty-six years. 



IL— JOHN JACOB ASTOR OF NEW YORK 

1763-1848. 
" Sihi uni fortunam debit." 

John Jacob Astor was born at Waldorf, near Heidelberg, in 
Baden, July 17, 1763, of humble parents, and came to Baltimore in 
1784, commencing business as a fur-trader. He made frequent voy- 
ages up the Moliawk River, to trade with the Indians (then resident 
in the State of New York), and extended his business to the Colum- 
bia River, founding Astoria. Washington Irving has recorded 
the overland journeys projected by Mr. Astor to the Pacific. Pre- 
vious to the war of 1812, he had ships in the Canton trade. Their 
safe arrivals during the war gave him increased wealth. He pur- 
chased government stocks at sixty to seventy cents per dollar, 
which, alter the war, were worth a premium. His chief wealth was 
from the purchases of real estate in the city of New York. 

" Crescit amor nummi, quantum tpsapecunia crescit." 

These investments, under his own management, and under the 
subsequent management of his son, Mr. W. B. Astor, have proved 
very profitable. Mr. Astor, senior, left, by his will, $400,000, to 
found the Astor Library, — a bequest which has been a great advantage 
to the people. He died in New York, March 29, 1848, aged eighty- 
four years. His son, Wm. B. Astor, added liberally to "the Ubrary 
fund, whereby its usefulness has been largely increased. 



III. — WILLIAJH B. ASTOR OF NEW YORK. 

Mr. William B. Astor is a son of the late John Jacob Astor, 
and is a native of New- York City. The former inherited large wealth 
from his father, — a fortune which has rapidly accumulated through 
profitable investments in real estate in the city of New York. 

Mr. Astoe is yet in the vigor of life, and, with his sons, gives per- 

* ppo Hunt's •• LlvoB of American Merchanta," N.Y., 1856. Also Parton'a " Famous Amcr- 
ic«us of lucent Timee/' Bovtoo, 18G7. 



614 Eminent Merchants and Bankers. 197 

sonal attention to the management of an estate which is popularly 
considered as the largest held by any one individual in the United 
States. 

Mr. John Jacob Astor provided by his will for the erection and 
maintenance of the present Astor Library. This bequest was faith- 
fully executed; and the institution is an honor to the city, and a 
monument to the liberality of the testator. Mr. William B. Astor 
has liberally added to the property and funds of this institution, 
which now presents a front of one hundred and thirty feet on La- 
Fayette Place, and contains about one hundred and fifty thousand vol- 
umes, to which all respectable members of the community have free 
access and use without charore. 



IV. — JACOB BARKER OF NEW ORLEANS. 

Jacob Barker is a descendant of the Quakers. He was a resi- 
dent of New-York City forty years ago, and took up his residence at 
New Orleans, where he now resides. At the age of sixteen years, he 
came to New York, a poor boy, and got employment in the counting- 
room of Isaac Hicks, a merchant of this city. He commenced 
business for himself before his majority, and was soon in possession 
of four ships and a brig. In the year 1801, Aug. 27, he married 
Elizabeth Hazard, daughter of Tiios. Hazard. After the war Mr. 
Barker engaged as a banker, and unfortunately lost his credit, and 
was prosecuted for his participation in the affairs of certain insurance 
companies. 

Many years afterwards he removed to New Orleans, and was 
elected to Congress after the rebellion, but was declared ineligible. 
During the war of 1812, the credit of Mr. Barker was of the 
highest. In connection with Mr. Girard, Mr. J. J. Astor, Mr. 
Parish, and others, he bid for the loans of 1813-1815. He is yet a 
resident of New Orleans, but failed as a broker since the rebellion. 



v.- NICHOLAS BIDDLE OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

1786-1844. 
" Cum forticna perit nullus amicus erit." 

Nicholas Biddle was the son of Charles Biddle of Philadel- 
phia, a Whig of the Revolution, and was »born Jan. 8, 1786. 
At the age of nineteen, the son was Secretary to Gen. Arm- 
strong, in his mission to Paris. On his return, he studied law, and 
devoted himself much to literary pursuits, for a time editing "The 
Portfolio." in 1819, President Monroe appointed him one of the 
directors of the Bank of the Untted States ; and in 1823 Mr. Biddle 
succeeded Mr. Cueves as President of the institution, a post which 



198 JEminefit Merchants and Bankers. 615 

he filled sixteen years. Under his management, <and the hostility of 
Gen. Jackson, the bank was wound up at the ex|)iintion of its 
charter in 1836. The Pennsylvania Bank of the United States, its 
successor, failed in 1839. lie wrote "The Commercial Digest." He 
died at Andalusia, near Philadelphia, Feb. 27, 1844, aged tifty-eight 
yeai^s, leaving a high character for ability and integrity. 

The arbitrary removal of the public deposits from the Bank U.S., 
in September, 1833, by order of President Jacic^ox, was con- 
demned by the Senate; and Secretary Taney, who had effected 
the removal, was rejected by the Senate in 1834, as Secretary of the 
Treasury. 



VI. — NATHANIEL BOWDITCH, LL.D., OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

1773-1838. 

Nathaniel Bowditch was born at Salem, Mass., March 26, 1773. 
He was president of the American Academy. The son of a ship- 
master, he had only a limited education. From 1795, he spent nine 
years in a seafiring life. He was president of a marine insurance 
company from 1804 to 1823, when he became actuary, for the rest 
of his lite, of the Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance Company. By 
his extraordinary genuis and industry, he became acquainted with 
Latin, Greek, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and German lan- 
guages, and was one of the most eminent ot* mathematicians and 
astronomei-s. He published "The Practical Navigator" in 1802, and 
various communications in the Memoirs of the American Academy ; 
and, at his own expense, a translation of the "Mecanique Celeste " of 
La Place, with a commentary in four large quarto volumes. His 
work on navigation has been a text-book for fifty years. He died at 
Boston, March 16, 1838, aged nearly sixty-five years, highly respected 
for his integrity and talents. — Appleton's Cydopoedia of Biography. 



Vn. — PETER CHARDON BROOKS OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

1767-1849. 

Peter Chardon Brooks was a native of Med ford, Mass., Jan. 
6, 1767. He opened an insurance office as broker, in Boston, when 
he had attained his majority in 1789, and afterwards became secretary 
and president. He was very successful, and retired from business in 
1803, in early life, a man of great wealth ; yet he was afterwards, for a 
few years, the president of the New-England Insurance Company, the 
first company of the kind in the State. He retired from active busi- 
ness in 1803, at the early age of thirty-six yeare. For the remainder 
of his long life he lived in summer at Med ford, and in the winter 
season in Boston. As a member of the State Senate, and chairman of 
a committee, he did great service to the cause of public virtue, by his 



616 Eminent Merchants and Bankers. 199 

report on the "Plymouth Beach Lottery." It put an end to all G^ranls 
of lotteries in Mnssaciiusetts. Mr. Brooks was a men»ber of the 
Federal party. The following were his main principles in business: 
To abstain Irom all si)eculative investments ; to take no inore thaji 
the legal interest on liis loans; and never to borrow money. jNIr. 
Brooks was an expert accountant, and kei)t all his account-books with 
his own hand, to the close of his life. As a man, he was highly respected 
and esteemed. His three daughters were inarried to Edward Ever- 
ett, Charles F. Adams, and Dr. N. L. Frothing ham. His lite by 
Mr. Edward Everett, with a portrait, is in "Lives of American 
Merchants," by Freeman Hunt, p[). 133-183. He died in Boston, 
Jan. 1, 1849, aged eighty-two years. 



VIII. —JONAS CmCKERING OF MASSACHUSETTS. 
1798-1853. 

Jonas Chickering was born April 5, 1798, at New Ipswich, N.H. 
He descended Irom Dr. John Chickering of Chailestown, who was 
the son of Pjenry of Dedham, as early as 1635. At the age of 
twenty, he removed to Boston and entered the trade of cabinetmaker, 
and became a piano-forte manufacturer in the year 1819. One act of 
his beneficence is gratefully recorded by Richard Storrs Willis, 
who, after his graduation at college, meeting wiih Mr. Chickering, 
and exphiining, at his request, his projects in life, and his wish to study 
music, Mr. Chickering instantly offered him 500 dollars a year, for 
four years, to support hira in his studies abroad. 

** Bis est gratum, quod opus est, si ultro offeras." 

Mr. Willis was, in 1854, editor of "The New-York Musical 
World." Mr. Ciiickering's partner, Capt. Mackay, was lost at 
sea, in the year 1841. His piano-forte manufactory was destroyed by 
iire, at Boston, Dec. 1, 1852. Mr. Ciiickering's life, by J. L. Blake, 
is in " Lives of American Merchants." He died at 13oston, Dec. 8, 
1853, nged tifty-si.Y years. He was so much respected as a citizen, th.it 
his funeral was the largest ever known in Boston. Mr. Chickering 
was succeeded in business by his sons, nov/ the firm of Chickering 
& Sons, Boston, with a branch house in East Fourteentli iStreei, 
New York. The extent of their business may be inlenvd from the 
fact, that Mr. Chickering and his successors have manulactured over 
thirty -five thousand piano-fortes; and the reputation of their in- 
struments is exceeded by none in the world. 



IX.— PETER COOPER OF NEW YORK. 

Peter Cooper, an American manufacturer, was born in Little 
Dock Street, New-York City, Feb. 12, 171)1, the fifth of a family of 



200 JEminent Merchants and Bankers. G17 

nine children. His maternal grandfiUher, Joiin^ Campbell, was 
mayor of New York, and deputy quartermaster-general during the 
Kevolutionary war. His lather was a lieutenant in the war of the 
I^'volution ; after the close of which, he estahlished a hat manufactory, 
in which his youthful son, Peter, aided. The latter attended school 
one half of each day for a single year; and, beyond the limited knowl- 
edge thus gained, his acquisitions are all his own. At ihe age of 
seventeen, he was placed with John Woodwood to learn the trade of 
coachmaking, and served his apprenticeship much to the satisfaction 
of his master. Mr. Cooper's attention was early called to the great 
resources of this country for the manufacture of iron ; and, in 1830, 
he erected extensive works at Canton, a suburb of Baltimore, Md. 
He subsequently became a school commissioner; and, feeling that no 
common-school system could supply a technological education, he 
resolved to establish, in his native city, an institution in which the 
working-classes could secure that instruction for which, when young 
and ambitious, he sought in vain. He accordingly built, at a cost of 
$500,000, the Cooper Institute, which covers an entire block in the 
city of New York. This institute provides liberally for the instruc- 
tion of young men an<J women, in the higher branches of education 
and in the arts, without charge; and is a noble monument to the 
benevolence, wisdom, and foresiglit of its far-famed founder. Mr. 
Cooper is now in his seventy-ninth year, and is yet actively engaged 
in business, 

" Open as day for mcWnuj charity." 



X. — THOMAS PYM COPE OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

1768-1854. 

Thomas Pym Cope, an eminent and honored Philadelphia mer- 
chant, was a native of Lancaster County, Fa., Aug. 6, 1768, and 
traced his descent on both sides from the "Friends," and from Johx 
Pym, the celebrated Parliamentarian, whose name is connected with 
that of Strafford. His ancestor, Oliver Cope, was one of the 
first i)urchaser8 from William Penx. The education of Mr. Cope 
was good. It included a general round of English studies, the German 
language, and an amount of Latin which was deemed necessary as a 
foundation of a good education. In 1790, Mr. Cope began business 
at Philadeli)hia, and built for his own use the store at the corner of 
Second Street and Jones Alley. In this location he continued till 
1807; at which time he built his first ship, named for his native county, 
** Lancaster." In 1807, Mr. Cope was again called into i)ul)lic life by 
being elected a member of the State Legislature. In 1821, Philadel- 
phia was indebted to Mr. Cope for the first line of packet-ships be- 
tween that city and Liverpool. About 1810, he removed his place of 
business to Walnut-street Wharf. It was what was called an unlucky 
place, yet it was identified with his subsequent prosperity. Mr. Copjb 



618 Emitient Merchants and Bankers. 201 

was one one of the early and strong friends of the Mercantile Library, 
of which he was the president from its foundation till his deatli. lie 
was also president for many years of the Board of Trade. Prudence 
was a leadinG^ principle in Mr. Cope's plan of business. Mr. Cope died 
Nov. 22, 1854.* 



XI. — ERASTUS CORNING OF NEW YORK. 

1794. 

Mr. Corning was born in Norwich, Conn., in the year 1794; which 
place he left when a boy, in 1807, and became a clerk in a hardware 
store in Troy, N.Y. In 1814, he removed to Albany, and went into 
the employment of John Spexcer & Co., an extensive hardware and 
iron concern. He became a partner in the house in 1816, and the 
firm's name was changed to Erastus Corning & Co. In 1834, Mr. 
Corning was elected Mayor of Albany. In 1833, he was made vice- 
president of the New-York State Bank, but retired from this position 
in 1834, to assume the presidency of the Albany City Bank, which 
office he has held to this time with great advantage to that institution. 
In 1833, he was elected president of the Utica and Schenectady Rail- 
road Company, an enterprise which he was chiefly instrumental in 
carrying out, as the first railroad in the State of New York. He was 
a member of the State Senate from 1841 to 1845. He has been prom- 
inent as a conservative Democrat, and has been, at various times, 
selected as delegate to National Conventions. He is a man of singu- 
lar energy and determination of character. As the head of the New- 
York Central Raih'oad Company, he has become widely known. Mr. 
Corning represented the Albany District in Congress in the years 
1859-1864, but resigned on account of ill health, and was succeeded 
by his son-in-law, Mr. John V. L. Pruyn. Mr. Corning has held the 
honorable position of regent of the University of New York, and 
was a member of the State Constitutional (Jonvention of 1867. 



XII. — JEEJEEBHOY DADABHOY. 
1785-1849. 

Jeejeebiioy Dadabhoy, of Bombay, was a Parsee banker, mer- 
chant, agent, and broker, for more than forty years, and sustained im- 
portant business relations with numerous mercantile houses in Eu- 
rope. So extensive were his commercial transactions, that his name 
was well known in the leading cities of England, France, Germany, 
Austria, Egypt, India, China, Mauritius, &c. His death occurred 
in the year 1849: a few years prior to which he retired from the firm of 
Jeejeebiioy Dadabuoy, Sons, & Co. He was one of the most active 

* See sketch and portrait, of T. P. Cope, in Hust'3 *' Lives of American Merchants," N.Y. 
1856, by. J. U. Chandler of PLUadelpliia. 



202 Eminent Merchants and Bankers, 619 

in the establishment of the various batiks in Bombay, and was a direc- 
tor in the Oriental Bank and the Commercial Bank. He was a large 
shareholder in the railway-companies, steam-navigation companies, 
Boml)ay marine and life insurance companies, and other corpora- 
tions in Bombay, Calcuttn, and other ports. At the time of his death, 
forty-two schools, in various portions of the Bombay presidency, were 
wholly 6upj)orted by his bounty. He' left a widow, four sons, three 
daughters, twenty-one grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren, 
to whom he bequeathed immense wealth. — Appletoii^s Cyclopaedia 
of Anecdotes. 



XIII.— LORENZO DE MEDICI. 
1448-1492. 

Lorenzo the Mngnificont, son and successor of Peter, was born 
1444, and governed the State in conjunction witli his brother Julian, 
till the latter was assassinated by the Pazzi in 1478. Escaping from 
this massncre,the former sustained a war witli Ferdinand of Naples, 
with whom he signed a definitive peace in 1480. He then devoted 
himself to the prosecution of plans for the advancement of learning 
and the arts; revived the Academy of Pisa; founded another at 
Florence ; collected a vast treasure of literature, and founded a gallery 
of art, in which the taste of Michael Angelo wns formed, under his 
patronage. He died, universally beloved and honored, in the zenith of 
his renown, 1492. His life has been written by IloscoE. He had 
three sons, — John (who became Popp:), Julian, and Peter. The 
latter, Peter II., succeeded Lorenzo, and was deprived of his estates 
when the French invaded Italy in 1494. The latter finished his ca- 
reer in the service of France, and was drowned in 1504, leaving 
two sons, — Lorenzo and Cosmo. — AppletoiiJs Cyclopcedia of Anec- 
dotes. 



XIV. — THOMAS DOWSE OF MASSACHUSETTS. 
1772-1856. 

Thomas Dowse, an American mechanic, was born the 28th De- 
cember, 1772, in Charlestown, Mass. At the age of six, Thomas was 
severely injured by a fall from a tree; and, a rheumatic fever setting 
in, a lameness resulted, which continued through life. At the proper 
age, he began to woik with his father at his trade; and formed, at 
the same lime, a taste for reading, which he indulged with so much 
eagerness, that, by the age of eighteen, lie iiad read all the books he 
could procure in Sherburne. He had no education but what could be 
obtained at the t«»wn school. He continued to live at home, as an 
apprentice, till lie liad attained his mnjority. He was then seized with 
ft desire to visit foreign countries, and was offered a Uqc ]>assMge from 
Nodolk, Va., to London : but, being too poor to pay his passage to 



620 Eminent Merchants and Bankers. 203 

Norfolk, and by land, he lost the opportunity : another opportunity 
never presented itself. lie immediately souorht employment in the 
business in which he had been brought up, and continued to work at 
it till lie was seventy years of age. He contributed largely to the 
early development of cotton manufactures in the United States. 
He died, with a handsome fortune, in 1856, aged eighty-four years. 



XV.— ROBERT FULTON OF NEW YORK. 
17G5-1815. 

Robert Fulton, a celebrated engineer, was born in the year 
1765, in Little Britain, Lancaster * Co., Pa., and was of Irish 
descent. His genius disclosed itself at an early ])eriod. At the 
age of twenty-one, he repaired to London, to place himself under 
the guidance of Benjamin West, the painter. He spent two years 
in Devonshire, where he became acquainted with the Duke of Bridge- 
water (noted for his labors in internal improvements), and with 
Lord Stanhope. In 1793 he was engaged in the project of improv- 
ing inland navigation; and in 1794 obtained patents for a double 
inclined plane, and for machines for spinning flax and making ro])es. 
In 1796, his work on Canals was published. He went to Paris, 1797, 
and remained there seven years, studying chemistry, physic, and 
mathematics, and acquiring a knowledge of the French, Italian, and 
German languages. In Dec, 1797, he made his first experiment on 
submariye explosion, in the Seine. In 1807, he made his first suc- 
cessful voyage by steam on the Hudson River. In Feb., 1809, he 
took out his first patent. In 1810 he published his " Torpedo War." 
In 1811-12, he built two steam ferry-boats for crossing the Hudson, 
and Avas employed in improving his ^submarine boat when he died, 
which was in 1815, aged fifty. 

" Ingenio stat sine morte decus.'* 

Mr. Fulton was one of the benefactors of his age. His genius 
conceived and brought into operation the power of steam as a pro- 
pellor. Few men, at any time in the world, have contributed more 
than Mr. Fulton in aid of the development of the resources of his 
country. It was by his persistent energy and inventive genius that 
steam has become the great promoter of internal and foreign trade. 
He has thus added thousands of millions to the wealth of the coun- 
try. Neither his native State, nor the great State of New York, — 
which he so largely benefited by his labors, — nor the Congress of 
the United States, has yet acknowledged the genius of Fulton by 
a suitable monument to his memory. 

" Nobilitas morum plus omat quam genitorum." 



204 Eminent Merchants and Bankers. 621 

XVI.— ALBERT GALLATIN OF NEW YORK. 
1761-1849. 

Albert Gallatin was born Jan. 29, 1761, in Switzerland. 
Ilis ancestor, John Gallatin, Secretary to the Duke of Savoy, emi- 
grated to Geneva. Graduating in 1779, Mr. Albert Gallatin came 
to America in 1780. He commanded a fort at Machias, Me. ; then 
became a tutor in French at Cambridge, Mass.; thence lie proceeded 
to Virginia. Receiving now liis jDatrimony, he made tlie purchase 
of new hinds. He settled in Fayette County, on the Monongahela 
River, near Pittsburg, and became soon a prominent member of 
the legislature of Pennsylvania, and then a member of Congress. 
In 1793, he was a Senator of tlie United States for a short time. 
In 1801, Mr. Jefferson called jiim in to be Secretary of the Treas- 
ury. This office he filled with distinguished honor until 1813, when 
he was sent, with others, to negotiate with Great Britain, under 
the mediation of Russia; and he afterwards assisted at Ghent in 
the treaty of peace of 1814. From 1!^16 to 1823, he was minister at 
Paris. After 1828, he became a citizen of New York. He was 
President of the National Bank from 1831 till he was succeeded by 
his son James in 1839; he was also President of the New- York His- 
torical Society. Mr. Gallatin died at Astoria, Long Island, Aug. 
12, 1849, aged eighty-eight years. 



XVII. — STEPHEN GIRARD OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

1750-1831. 

" Dona nomina mala Jiunt, si non Apelles." 

Stephen Girard, " mariner aVid merchant," as he styled himself in 
his will, was born May 21st, 1750, near Bordeaux, in France, the 
eldest of five children. His parents were in humble life, and his 
education was quite limited. At the age of twelve, he left home for 
the West Indies, employed as a cabin-boy in a merchani-vessel. He 
afterwards became mate and captain of a small vessel. He settled 
in Philadelphia, in the year 1769, and engaged in trade. He was 
successful in his operations, and, in 1791, was eni^aged in building 
ships for the Calcutta and China trade. In 1813, one^of his ships was 
captured by British cruisers in Delaware Bav, and was ransomed 
by Mr. Girard tor 193,000. In April, 1813, Mr. Girard bid for the 
•Government loan of eight millions ; and, at other times in the war, 
he made bids, in connection with J. J. Astor and David Parish, in 
aid of the Government funds. 

The building now occupied by the Girard National Bank was 
built by Mr, Girard in 1795, for the first United-States Bank. Mr. 
Girard died Dec. 26, 1831, aged eighty-one years. Mr. Girard left 
a fortune estimated at many millions of dollars, his executors being 



622 Eminent MercJiants and Bankers, 205 

Timothy Paxson, Thomas P. Cope, Joseph Roberts, William J. 
DuAXE, and Jonx A. Barclay. He bequeathed $30,000 to the 
Pennsylvania Hospital; $20,000 to the Institution for the Deaf and 
Dumb; 810,000 to the public schools of Philadelphia; $10,000 to the 
Orphan's Asylum ; $10,000 to the Society for the Relief of Distressed 
Masters of Ships; $20,000 to the Masonic Loan; $300,000 to the 
State, for internal improvements; and about two millions of dollars 
for the establishment of a college for the benefit of orphans, — now 
known as the Girard College. An elaborate biographical notice of 
Mr. Girard may be found in Hunt's "Lives of American Merchants," 
pp. 227-294. 

The annual income of the Girard College is now over two hundred 
thousand dollars,* — a sum that enables the trustees to dispense the 
benefits of education to a large number of orphans without charge. 
The directors are eighteen in number, appointed by the City Council; 
six of tijiese go out of office every year. The number of scholars is 
about two hundred. The college has already, in part, and nobly, 
fulfilled the object of Mr. Girard, who, in his will, said, "I desire 
that, by every proper means, a pure attachment to our republican 
institutions and to the sacred right of conscience, as guaranteed by 
our happy constitution, shall be formed and fostered in the minds of 
the scholars." 



XVIII. —JOHN GRIGG OF PENNSYLVANIA 
1792-1864. 

Jonx Grigg, the -well-known bookseller of Philadelphia, began 
life an orphan f;irmer-boy. He was born at St. Stephens, Corn- 
wall, England, Dec. 7, 1792. A restless spirit drove him to 
the water, and he early exchanged the monotonous life of the farmer 
for the excitement of that of a sailor. Amid the perils of the Bay of 
Biscay, and the tempests of the West Ixdies, he had ample oppor- 
tunities, by which he did not fail to profit, to become thoroughly 
versed in the whole art of seamanship. We do not know how long 
his experience in reefing and steering lasted. Some thirteen months 
of his early life were passed at Richmond, Va. Being poor, and 
having his own way to make in the world, he left Richmond and w^ent 
to Ohio, eager for the fray of life. There we find him engaged in the 
duties of clerk of the Court of Common Pleas and Chancery of 
Warren County, O., with the sole charge of this responsible 
office. In 1815, Mr. Grigg became superintendent of Mr. Scott's 
establishment at Georgetown. He was also founder of the celebrated 
publishing-house of Grigg & Elliott, and of J. B. Lippixcott & Co. 
In 1836, he entered extensive tracts of the public lands in Sangamon 
County, 111. Ml? Grigg's uniform fairness and liberality made 
him universally popular. He died at Philadelphia, his adopted city, 
August 2, 1864, aged seventy- two years, highly respected for his 
integrity and prominent business qualities. 

* Parton's '• Famous Americans of Recent Times." 



206 Eminent Merchants and Bankers. . 623 

XIX. — UENRY GRINNELL OF NEW YORK. 

Mr. Grinnell has been conspicuous as an advocate of voyages of 
discovery towards the North Pole. He contributed $10,000 towards 
the outtit of the expedition of Lieut. De Haven, in 1850. 

Grinnell Land is a tract of land in the Arctic Ocean, separnted from 
Wasliington Land by Kennedy Cliannel. Its . discovery has been 
clainiedby both English and American explorers. Grinnell Land was 
seen by the first American Grinnell Expedition in seaich of Sir 
Joiix Franklin, under Lieut. De Haven, while in latitude 75° 
24' "li" north, Sept. 22, 1850 ; and, eight months later, was visited by 
Captain Penny, in the British vessel, " Lady Franklin." This officer, 
ignorant of its previous discovery, gave it the name of Prince Albert 
Land. Dr. Kane, in his second expedition, in 1854, explored and 
mapped it towards the west and north, in longitude 76° Avest,- and 
as far tiorth as latitude 82° 30'', the nearest point to the pole yet dis- 
covered. An oj)en ])olar sea, wliolly free from ice, abounding in animal 
life, and separated Irom the nearest southern land by a solid ice-belt, 
125 miles wide, beats against its coasts, which tend in a west and 
north-west direction ; while, in the distance, a chain of mountains 
rises above the clouds. Mr. Grinnell has for some years acted as 
the New York agent of the Liverpool and London Insurance Company. 



XX. — WILLIAM F. IIARNDEN OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

DIED 1847. 

" Hie tdam tuxuit, ille deduxit." 

» 

William F. Haknden is noted as the originator of the express 
business in the United States. It was his genius that conceived the 
plan originally ; and although upon an exceedingly limited scale, yet 
he no doubt had the earliest conception of the system, and a correct 
idea of its great importance in future years to the commercial com- 
munity. As the internal commerce of the country is now carried on, 
the express system is essential. It saves vast labor and trouble and 
expense, not only to business-men, but to thousands of individuals 
who are not engaged in trade. 

Mr. Harnden was, in the year 1839, a conductor on the Boston 
and Worcester Railroad. In February of that year he com- 
menced the express business in a small way. He advertised that he 
would forward goods, drafts, notes, &c., four times per week between 
New York and Boston, via Boston and Providence Railroad and 
steamboats from Providence, and attend jyersoiudb/ to all orders. At 
that time tliere was no through route between Ne\^ York and Boston 
by rail : that work was accomplished some years aller. 

The express business between these cities fell into the hands of Mr. 
Brigham in 1840 ; and soon after of Burke & Co., Burke & Adams, 
W. B. DiNSMORE (1841), Adams & Co., Harnden & Co.; and was 



624 Eminent Merchants and Bankers, 207 

extended to otlier places by Gay & Co. (1842) ; Wells & Co. 
(1845), Livingston & Fakgo (1847). Mr. Harndkn died in 
1847, niter the hard hibors of several years, leaving his family in 
indigent circumstances. 



XXI. —PHILIP HONE OF NEW YORK. 

1781-1851. 

Mr. IToxE was a native of New York, and had resided there, ex- 
cept during temporary absences in Europe, all his life. He was an 
alderman for a long time, and in 1825-0 became the mayor of the 
city. But his most useful services to the community were rendered 
as a member of various benevolent and literary institutions. He 
was an active manager of many important charities; and in all public 
undertakings he at all times took a strong and practical interest. He 
was one of the earliest and firmest friends of the Mercantile Library 
Association ; and his bust, executed in marble at the request of the 
society, adorns the large room of the library in Astor Place. Hav- 
ing been retired from business for a long while, and with an ample 
fortune, it was in his power to devote his leisure time to the further- 
ance of objects of general interest and concern. When Gen. 
Taylor came into the office of President, Mr. Hone was appointed 
Naval Officer of the port, and was in the discharge of the duties of 
that office at the time of his death. Mr. Hoxe died in 1851, aged 
seventy years, having a high reputation for integrity, benevolence, 
and intellect 



XXII.— WALTER R. JONES OF NEW YORK. 
1793-1855. 

Walter Restored Jones was born at Cold Spring, near Oyster 
Bay, on the north side of Long Island, on the 15th April, 1793. At 
the tender age of eleven years, he came up to town, and was placed 
in the store of his oldest brother, William IT. Jones, then engaged. 
in the flour business. In his brother's office the future underwriter 
acquired his first insight into tlie principles and modes of business, — 
his true school. A few years later he was introduced into the office 
of the United-States Insurance Co., as clerk, where he became 
remarkable for his habits of method and industry, and his attention 
to the principles of insurance; laying a firm basis for his future emi- 
nence in the provitice of underwriting, requiring caution, accuracy, 
precision, and j)romptness. Mr. Jones, in his private and personal 
character, was a kind and unpretending man, affiUjle and sincere. He 
died April 7, 1855, liighly respected throughout the community, aged 
sixty-two years.* He was president of the Atlantic Marine Insurance 

* See sketch of Walter R. Joxes by William A. Jones, A.M., in Hunt's " Lives 
of American Merchants," New York, 1856. 



208 Eminent Merchants and BanJcers. 625 

Co. of New York, an institution whose extensive business and high 
character are largely owing to his labors and energy and talents. 



XXIII.— JAMES GORE KING OF NEW YORK. 

1791-1853. 

James Gore Kixa was the third son of Rufus Kixg. He was born 
in the city of New York, May 8, 1791. At live years of age he was 
taken to England, to which country his father was appointed Envoy 
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary by Washixgtox, in 
1790. Before the son had reached his seventh year, he was placed 
in a select boarding-school of high reputation at Kensington Gravel- 
Pits, near London ; and there he remained, making satisfactory prog- 
ress, until 1801. In 1803, when Chancellor Livingston, then 
American Minister in Paris, was about to return to the United 
States, he took with him our young student, that he might finish 
his studies at home. Pie entered Harvard University in 1806, and 
graduated from it with honor in 1810. He commenced almost im- 
mediately the study of law as his future profession. After studying 
some months he went to the law-school at Litchfield, and, under the 
instruction of Tappan Reeve and Judge Gould, completed his edu- 
cation as a lawyer. In 1818 he went to Liverpool, and, with his 
brother-in-law, A. Gracie, established the house of King & Gra- 
ciE. In 1824 he left England, leaving behind him an enviable name 
and reputation for urbanity, intelligence, promptness, and integrity. 
Mr. King was a member of the firm of Prime, Ward, & King, New 
York, and afterwards established, in 1847, the well known banking- 
house of James G. King & Sons. In 1838, soon after the bank sus- 
pension of 1837, Mr. King went to London, and obtained the loan of 
£1,000,000 in gold, with the aid of Baring Brothers & Co., in aid 
of the resumption of specie payments. In the year 1848, Mr. King 
represented the northern or fifth district of New Jersey, in Congress. 
Mr. King was suggested to President Fillmore as Secretary ot' the 
Treasury, but declined, in advance, to accept any public position. 
He died at his residence* on Hoboken Heights, N. J., Oct. 3, 1853, 
aged sixty-two years.* 



XXIV. — ABBOTT LAWRENCE OF MASSACHUSETTS. 
1792-1855. 

Abbott Lawrence was born in the year 1792. At the age of 
sixteen he entered the store of his brother Amos, at 39 Cornhill,"Bos- 
ton. A connection in business followed, and the acquisition, at last, 
of great wealth, — a million and a half or two millions of dollars, — by 

• See sketch of .Tames Gork King hv Cii akles King, LL.D. and portrait In Hunt's 
•' Lives of Americau Merchants," New York, ItoO. 




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15. E. Fulton, N.Y., 1765, 1815. 26. 

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20. Wm. F. Hamden, 1847. 31. 

21. P. Hone, N. Y., 1781, 1851. 32. 

22. Walter E. Jones, N.Y., 1793, 33. 

1855. 84. 

23. J. Gore King, 1791, 1858. 36. 



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T. H. Perkins, 1764, 1854. 
Eob't G. Shaw, 1775, 1853. 
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merchandise and manufactures. He assisted in establishing the cities 
of Lowell, Lawrence, and Manchester. He was several years a 
member of Congress. The office of Secretary of the Navy, offered 
him by Pres. Taylor, he declined. He was our minister to England 
in the year 1849, and in subsequent years. He gave $50,000 to 
Harvard College to found a scientific school, and bequeathed a like 
sum in aid of the same.* He married, in 1819, Katharine, daughter 
of Timothy Bigelow, and left three sons and two daughters. Of 
his several brothers, only Samuel survived him. Although an attend- 
ant at Brattle-street Church in Boston, his friends, or some of them, 
did not regard him as in his faith a Unitarian. Abbott Lawekncb 
died August 18, 1855, aged sixty-three years. 



XXV. — CORNELIUS VAN WYCK LAWRENCE OF NEW YORK. 

1791-1861. 

Cornelius Van Wyck Laweence was bom Feb. 28, 1791. He 
was a representative in Congress from 1832 to 1834 ; the first mayor 
of New York, elected by the people, 1834-36; collector of the port 
of New York, 1845-49 ; and for many years president of the Bank of 
the State of New York, from 1836 to 1845, and again from 1849 till 
1856. Mr. Lawrence died Feb. 20, in the year 1861, at Flushing, 
L.I., aged seventy years. 

XXVI. — DAVID LEAVITT OF NEW YORK. 

1791. 

David Leavitt was born in Bethlehem, Litchfield County, Conn., 
Aug. 29, 1791. He came to New York in the year 1808, and obtained 
a situation as clerk in the retail dry-goods store of J. & W. Young. 
He remained in this position only a few months, leaving it to enter 
the employment of Humphrey & Whitney, wholesale grocers, where 
he continued till the breaking out of the war in 1812. He returned 
to New York in 1815, and entered into partnership with David Lee, 
in the wholesale grocery business. Mr. Leavitt had $5,000 capital, 
and Lee $2,000. In 1825 Mr. Leavitt became the president of the 
Brooklyn White Lead Co., and from that, year to 1839 he was also 
engaged in the business of a private banker. In 1839 he was elected 
president of the American Exchange Bank, New York. In 1841 he was 
appointed receiver of the property and effects of the North-American 
Trust and Banking Company, a position of very great importance. 
Mr. Leavitt went to Europe in 1 844, to negotiate the Illinois Ca- 
nal loan of $1,600,000. He negotiated the loan on favorable terms, 
and was afterwards appointed treasurer of the Board of Trustees of 
the Illinois and Michigan Canal. In 1854 Mr. Leavitt retired 

*This branch of Harvard College, established by the liberality and sagacity of Mr. Law- 
BENCE, has already achieved a high reputation, and has been productive of vast good by the 
edu&ttion of young men in the sciences, chemistry, engineering, mathematics,. &c. The terms 
of instruction are very moderate. 



210 Eminent Merchants and Bankers. 627 

from active business, and has since lived at Great Barrington, Berk- 
fihire County, Mass., in the enjoyment of ample wealth. 



XXVn. — NICHOLAS LONGWORTH OF OHIO. 
1782-1863. 

Mr. LoxGWORTH, an American vine-grower and horticulturist, was 
born in Newark, N J., Jan. 16, 1782. Young Long worth's childhood 
was passed in comparative indulgence ; and, when yet a boy, he went 
to South Carolina as clerk for an older brother : but, the climate 
proving unfavorable to his health, he returned to Newark, and resolved 
to study law. In 1803 he emigrated to the region known as the 
North-West Territory; and, fixing upon the little village of Cin- 
cinnati as his residence, he continued his legal studies in the office of 
Judge Jacob Burnett. His practice as a lawyer was moderately- 
lucrative. He had, for some years, given much attention to the culti- 
vation of the grape. In 1828 he withdrew from the practice of the law, 
and commenced experiments upon the adaptation of native grapes to 
the production of wine. He had two hundred acres of vineyards, and 
extensive wine-vaults near the city of Cincinnati. He also purchased 
wine and grape-juice in large quantities, to be converted by his 
processes, into the wines of commerce. In private life Mr. Long- 
worth was genial and kindly, but rather eccentric. At his death, 
which was February 10, 1863, his property was inventoried at nearly 
fifteen millions of dollars. 



XXVm. — ROBERT MORRIS OF PENNSYLVANIA. 
1734-1806. 

Robert Morris was born Jan. 20, 1734, in Lancashire, Eng- 
land. When he was thirteen years of age, his father brought him to 
this country. About 1749, he was placed in the counting-house of 
Charles Willing, an eminent merchant of Philadelphia, after whose 
death Mr. Morris was taken into partnership by Thomas Willing. 
In 1776 he was a member of Congress from Pennsylvania; and his 
name is affixed to the Declaration of Independence. In the beginning 
of 1781 he was intrusted with the management of the finances; and 
the services which in this station he rendered to his country were 
of incalculable value, being assisted by Gouverneur Morris. It 
was owing in a great degree to him that the decisive operations of 
the campaign of 1781 were not impeded or completely defeated from 
the want of supplies. He resigned his office, after holding it about 
three years. In his old age, he engaged in land speculations, by which 
he lost his whole fortune, and was confined in prison for debt. He 
was offered the post of Secretary of the Treasury in 1789 ; but de- 
clined it, and suggested Alexander Hamilton for the office. Mr. 
Moreis died May 8, 1806, aged seventy-two years. 



628 Eminent Merchants and Bankers, 211 

XXIX.— GEORGE PEABODY. 
1795-1869. 

George Peabody was born in Dan vers, Mass., Feb. 18, 1795. 
He was descended from Francis Peabody, who left England in 
1635, and settled in Topsfield, Mass. At the age of eleven, George 
Peabody was apprenticed to a country storekeeper named Proctor, 
in Danvers, where he remained until he was fifteen. In 1811, he 
went as clerk in a dry-goods store, in Newburyport, opened by his 
brother David. On the breaking out of the war in 1812, young Pea- 
body, at the age of eighteen, joined a volunteer company, and did 
active garrison duty at Fort Warburton. In 1827, Mr. Pe^ibody 
visited Europe for the first time ; and afterwards his mercantile con- 
nections with that country called for his presence there at frequent 
.intervals. In 1843, he retired from the house of Peabody, Kiggs, & 
Co. of Baltimore, and established himself in London, as a merchant 
and banker. In this position Mr. Peabody soon established a char- 
acter for business integrity. In 1851, he furnished the means for 
froperly fitting up the American department at the Crystal Palace, 
n 1852, he subscribed $10,000 to fit out the Kane Arctic Expedition 
in search of Sir John Franklin. In the same year, he presented to 
his native place $20,000, to celebrate its centennial anniversary. He 
subsequently donated over £500,000 to trustees for the benefit of the 
poor of London, — a munificent gift, that has already accomplished 
great good. 

" Nullum quod tetigit non omavit." 

Mr. Peabody died in London, on Thursday, Nov. 4, 1869, aged 
seventy-four years. 

Mr. Peabody's life was an impressive homily from beginning to 
end. It was full of the most timely lessons enforced upon society, 
not by words, but by deeds. He has rebuked the narrow sectarianism 
of the day by his display of " good will to men," quite irrespectively 
of their religious difierences. He has illustrated in his own history 
how it is possible to combine with ardent patriotism a breadth of 
sympathy extending beyond merely national limits. He has set an 
example of wise philanthropy caj^able of being imitated on the largest 
scale, without undermining the self-reliant spirit of the poor. Above 
all, he has taught us the true uses of wealth : on what conditions it 
should be held by its proprietors, in what ways it may be fruitfully 
employed, and what durable honor and happiness it may be made to 
achieve for the comparative few to whom it is given. Rich and poor 
alike may contemplate his career with practical advantage. London, 
especially, will keep alive his memory with grateful admiration ; and, 
let us trust, his name, emblazoned by his works, will exercise a talis- 
manic influence in persuading the prosperous to recognize their 
responsibilities, and to do what good their hands can find to do whilst 
they yet live to superintend and rejoice in the effects of their benefi- 
cence. 



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XXX. — THOMAS H. PERKINS OF MASSACHUSETTS. 
1764-1854. 

Thomas Handastd Perkins was born in Boston, Dec. 15, 1764. 
As a merchant, he acquired a fortune of $2,000,000, considered a prince- 
ly sum in the nineteenth century. He had an early partnership 
with his brother James, in the trade of the North-west Coast, Can- 
ton, and Calcutta. He was a man of public spirit and of great liber- 
ality; and several splendid charitable institutions were founded by his 
munificence. The " Perkins Asylum for the Blind," the " Mercantile 
Library Association," and the " Boston Athenaeum," shared largely 
by his bounty. He gave his own private residence in Boston for the 
former. 

" Di tibi divitias dederunt, artemque fruendi." 

In 1842 he made a speech on laying the "corner-stone of the 
Merchants' Exchange.* He died, January 10, 1854, at Brookline, near 
Boston, at the advanced age of ninety years. A company of the 
blind pupils of the Asylum attended his funeral. 



XXXI. -SAMUEL SLATER OF RHODE ISLAND. 
1768-1835. 

Samuel Slater was born June 9, 1768. He was the father of the 
cotton manufactures of the United States. The first manufactory 
in this country was built by him in Pawtucket, R.I. Mr. Slater 
arrived in New York the latter part of November, 1789, after a 
tedious passage of sixty-six days. In 1790, he commenced the manu- 
facture of cotton by hand-machinery, at Pawtucket, R.I. 

In this place they continued the spinning until the subsequent 
erection, in 1793, of what is called the Old Mill. The increase of his 
business induced him to send for his brother, who reached this 
country in 1805 or 1806. Soon after his arrival, a new establishment 
was projected, located in Smithfield, R.I. ; and the village which 
in consequence sprang up is called Slaterville. For more than 
twenty years from the time of his brother's arrival, Mr. Slater's 
prosperity was uninterrupted.f The war of 1812 placed the seal upon 
his high destiny. The early establishment and advancement of cotton 
manufactures in tliis country were largely owing to his talents and 
energy. Mr. Slater died in 1835, aged sixty-seven years. 

• Life and portrait of Thomas H. Perkins, by Thomas G. Gary, 1850, in '• Lives of Ameri- 
can Merchants," by Freeman Hunt. 

t See sketcli and portrait of Mr. Slater, In Hunt's " Livea of American Merchants," New 
York, 1856. 



630 Eminent Merchants and bankers, 213 

XXXn. — ROBERT G. SHAW OF MASSACHUSETTS. 
1775-1853. 

RoiiEKT G. Shaw was born 1775. For fifly-six years he was a 
prominent mercliant in Boston. lie was also president of the " Eye 
and Ear Infirmary," and noted for his wealth and benevolence. He 
died May 3, 1853, aged seventy-eight years. 



XXXni. — ROBERT L. STEVENS OF NEW YORK. 

1787-1856. 

Robert L. Stevens was born in the year 1787. He was remark- 
able for his inventive powers. His father, John Stevens, was 
connected with John Fitch in the improvement of navigation by 
steam on the Hudson River. His inventions were numerous and 
important. He died April 20, 1856, and said to have been worth two 
millions of dollars. His extensive investments in real estate at 
HoBOKEN, N.J., proved highly profitable; this place being now one 
of the populous suburbs of New-York city. 



XXXIV. — THOMAS TILESTON OF NEW YORK. 

1796-1864. 

Mr. Tileston was born in Boston, April 13, 1796. At the age of 
thirteen, he apprenticed himself to a printer in his native city, and 
subsequently became a partner in the firm. In 1818, he formed a 
business relation with Mr. Paul Spofford, then of Haverhill, for the 
sale of boots and shoes. In 1822, the firm became the agents of the 
Boston and New- York line of packets, — 

" Sibi uni fortunam debet'* 

afterwards extending this enterprise to the South American and 
Cuba trade. In 1850, the firm of Spofford & Tileston became the 
owners of a popular line of packet-ships between New York and 
Liverpool. In 1840, he was elected President of the Phenix Bank, 
New York, which position he held till his death, Feb. 29, 1864. He 
was for several successive years chairman of the Clearing-House As- 
sociation at New York, and for many years was a leading spirit in the 
Atlantic Marine Insurance Company. He was widely known and 
highly appreciated in this community. His senior partner of many 
years, Mr. Paul Spofford, died at New York, Oct. 28, 1869, at 
the age of seventy-five years. 



214 JEJminent Merchants and Bankers, 631 

XXXV. — CORNELIUS VANDERBILT. 
1794. 

Cornelius Vanderbilt, familiarly known as Commodore Vandee- 
BiLT, has been a resident of New York for many years. He was born 
on Staten Island, May 27, 1794* He commenced business-life as 
captain of a ferry-boat, and by successful movements obtained control 
of steamboat lines to New Brunswick, to Albany, and other places. 
He has of late years invested largely in railroad shares, and has 
gained control of the New-York and Harlem Railroad, the Hudson- 
Kiver Railroad, and the New- York Central Railroad, which three 
corj)orations are now merged in one, of which he is the president 
and manager. 

During the late rebellion, Commodore Va^^-derbilt presented to 
the general government, for active use, a first-class steamer, known as 
" The Vanderbilt," and valued at seven hundred thousand dollars. 

Commodore Vanderbilt, now at the mature age of seventy-five, is 
actively engaged in the management of a large property valued at 
many millions of dollars. 



Merchants. — I am -wonderfully delighted to see a body of men thriving in their 
own fortunes, and at the same time promoting the public stock; or, in other words, 
raising estates for their own families, by bringing into their country whatever is want- 
ing ; and carrying out of it whatever is superflous. Nature seems to have taken a 
particular care to disseminate her blessings among the diflPerent regions of the world 
with an eye to their mutual intercourse and traffic among mankind, that the nations 
of the several parts of the globe might have a kind of dependence upon one another, 
and be united together by their common interest. — Addison. 

Mebchants. — There are not more useful members in a commonwealth than mer- 
chants. They knit mankind together in a mutual intercourse of good offices ; distribute 
the gifts of nature ; find work for the poor, and wealth to the rich, and magnificence 
to the great. ... 

Trade, without enlarging the British territories, has given us a kind of additional 
empire; it has multiplied the number of the rich; made our landed estates infinitely 
more valuable than they were formerly ; and added to them an accession of other 
estates as valuable as the estates themselves. — Addison. 

Commerce. — An unrestrained intercourse between the States themselves will ad- 
ranee the trade of each, by an interchange of their respective productions, not only for 
the supply of reciprocal wants at home, but for the exportation to foreign markets. 
The veins of commerce in every part will be replenished, and will acquire additional 
motion and vigor, from a free circulation of the commodities of every part. Commer- 
cial enterprise will have much greater scope from the diversity in the productions of 
different States. When the staple of one fails, from a bad harvest or unproductive 
crop, it can call to its aid the staple of another. The variety, not less than the value 
of products for exportation, contributes to the activity of foreign commerce. — Hamil- 
ton {Federalist). 

* Parton's " Famoos Americans of Recent Times," Boston, 1867, published by Fields, 
Osgood, & Co. » 'f / > 



Public Debt U, S. 



215 



TABLE 



Showing how a Cancelling-Fund op one per cent, with the Dis- 
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in less than 34 years. 



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Debt. 


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Cancelling-Fund. 


1 


$2,000 00 


$140 00 


$120 00 


$20 00 


2 


1.980 00 


140 00 


118 80 


21 20 


8 


1,958 80 


140 00 


117 53 


22 47 


4 


1,936 33 


140 00 


116 18 


23 82 


6 


1,912 51 


140 00 


114 75 


25 25 


6 


1,887 26 


140 00 


113 24 


26 76 


7 


1,860 50 


140 00 


111 63 


28 37 


8 


1,832 13 


140 00 


109 93 


30 07 


9 


1,802 06 


140 00 


108 12 


81 88 


10 


1,770 18 


140 00 


106 21 


33 79 


11 


1,736 39 


140 00 


104 18 


35 82 


12 


1,700 57 


140 00 


102 03 


87 97 


13 


1,652 60 


140 00 


99 76 


40 24 


14 


1,622 36 


140 00 


97 34 


42 66 


15 


1,579 70 


140 00 


94 78 


45 22 


16 


1,534 48 


140 00 


92 07 


47 93 


17 


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140 00 


89 19 


50 81 


18 


1,435 74 


140 00 


86 14 


53 86 


19 


1,381 88 


140 00 


82 91 


57 09 


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1,324 79 


140 00 


79 49 


60 51 


• 21 


1,264 28 


140 00 


75 86 


64 14 


22 


1,200 14 


140 00 


72 01 


67 99 


23 


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140 00 


67 93 


72 07 


24 


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140 00 


63 61 


76 39 


25 


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140 00 


59 02 


80 98 


26 


902 71 


140 00 


54 16 


85 84 


27 


816 87 


140 00 


49 01 


90 99 


28 


725 88 


140 00 


43 55 


96 45 


29 


629 43 


140 00 


37 77 


102 23 


30 


527 20 


140 00 


31 63 


108 37 


31 


418 83 


140 00 


25 13 


114 87 


32 


303 96 


140 00 


18 24 


121 76 


33 


182 20 


140 00 


10 93 


129 07 


34 


53 13 


54 17 


1 04 


53 13 




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THE PRICES OF COIVIMODITIES IN THE YEiR 1869. 

77i« Prices of StapU Articlea in the New York Market at the beginning of each month in 1869. 



Articlks. 



January. 



February. 



Breads tuffs — 

Wheat Flour, sup bbl.. 

Wheat, Qeneseo extra. ..do. . 

Rye Flour, fine do.. 

Corn Meal, northern do.. 

Wheat, Genesee bush. 

Rye, northern do . 

Oats, northern do . . 

Corn (mixed W.) do.. 

Candles — Adamantine lb.. 

Sperm (City) do.. 

Coal— Anthraci te ton . . 

L'pool (house cannel) do.. 

*Coflfee— Brazil (prime). . . .lb,, 

Java do , . 

Copper— Pig, Am, Ingot... do.. 

Sheathing, new do.. 

Cotton— Upland middling.. do.. 
Fish— Dry Cod cwt.. 

Mack"! JJo.l, Mass. shore. bbl. . 

Flax— Domestic lb.. 

Fruit— Raisins, layer, . ..box.. 
Furs— Beaver, Nor. dark. piece. 
Glass— Am. 6 x 8 to T x 9. .50 ft. 
Gunpowder — Rifle 25 lbs. 

Shipping do.. 

•Hides— B. Ayres lb.. 

Savanilla do,. 

Hops do.. 

Indigo— Manilla. do.. 

Iron — Scotch Pig ton . . 

Assorted, ref. E. & Am.. do.. 

Sheet Russia, Med, No. 2.1b.. 
Lead— Pig, Sj.anish ... .100 lbs. 
Leather— Hemlock Middle. lb.. 
Liquors— *0t. Brandy,4tli pf.gal 

Dom, Whiskey, 1st proof.do. 
Molasses — Porto Rico gall, , 

Muscovado do.. 

Cuba, clayed do,. 

Nails— Cut 100 lbs 

Clinch do.. 

Naval Stores — 

Spirits Turpentine call 

Rosin, common Dbl 

Oils— Whale gall . . 

Sperm, crude do. 

Sperm, unbrched winter do. 

Olive do. 

Linseed do, 

Painus— Oil, Red Lead lb.. 

Provisions — 

Pork, mess. West,. 

Pork, prime, West, 

Beef, plain, mess. .. 

Beef, extra, mess... 

Pickled Hams 

Lanl 

Butter, N. Y. Stato do. 

Cheese do. 

Rice— Carolina 100 lbs 

Salt — Li v' rpM, A »h ton's fl ne.sack 

Turk's Island bush . 

Seeds — Clover lb.. 

Timothy bush. 

Soap — Castile lb.. 

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9 00 ® 16 50 

14 00 ® 19 50 

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15 

28 



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1 43 
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20 00 ® 23 00 

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4 50 
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90 00 ® 

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6 00 



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26 00 ® 27 50 

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76 ® 
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15 00 

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4 50 



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16 00 

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95 



Prices of Commodities in the Year 18G9. 



227 



Akticles. 



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Wlieiil Flour, sup bbl. 

Wbeat, Genesee extra. . .do. 

Rye Flour, fine do. 

Corn Meal, northern,... do. 

"Wheat, Genesee bush 

Rye, northern do. 

0."its, northern do. 

Corn (mixed W.) do. 

Candles — Adamantine lb. 

Sperm (City) <lo.. 

Coal— Antliracite ton 

L'nool (house cannel) do 

*Coffee— Brazii (prime) lb 

Java do 

Copper— IMg, Am. Ingot. ..do 

Sheathing, new do 

Cotton — Upland middling.. do.. 

Fish— Brv Cod cwt.. 

Mack'l No.l, Mass. shore.bbl . . 

Flax— Domestic lb.. 

Fruit— liaisins, layer.. ..box.. 
Furs — Beaver, Nor. dark. piece. 
Glass— Am.6x8 to 7x9.. 50 ft. 
Gunpowder — Kifle 25 lbs. 

Shipping do.. 

♦Hides— B. Ayres lb. . 

Savaniila do. . 

Hops do.. 

Indigo — ManilKi do. . 

Iron — Scotch Pig ton . . 

Assorted, rcf. H. tfe Am.. do.. 

Sheet Russia, Med. No. 2.1b. . 

Lead— Pig, Spanish ... .100 lbs. 
Leather — Hemlock Middle. lb. . 
Liquors — 

*0t. Brandy, 4th pf. . . . . gal . 

Dom. Whiskey, 1st proof. do. 
Molasses — Porto Rico gall . . 

Muscovado do.. 

Cuba, clayed do . . 

Nails— Cut 100 lbs. 

Clinch do.. 

Naval Stores — 

Spirits Turpentine gall.. 

Rosi n, common bbl . . 

Oils— Whale gall.. 

Sperm, crude do.. 

Sperm, unbFched winter do. . 

Olive do.. 

Linseed do . . 

Paints— Oil, Red Lead lb.. 

Provisions — 

Pork, mess. West bbl.. 

Pork, prime. West do.. 

Beef, plain, mess do.. 

Beef, extra, mess do.. 

Pickled Hams lb.. 

Lard do.. 

Butter, N. Y. State do. . 

Cheese do.. 

Rice— Carolina 100 lbs. 

Salt — Li v'rp'l. Ash ton's fine.sack 
Turk's Island bush . 

Seeds — Clover lb . . 

Timothy bush. 

Soai>— Castile lb. . 

•Siiices — Pepper do . . 

♦Nutmegs do,. 



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$5 20® 


5 45 


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6 75 di^ 


10 00 


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9 25 


6 75 ® 


9 50 


7 50 ® 9 75 


4 60 @ 


6 75 


4 7(1® 


6 60 


4 00 ® 
4 80 ® 


6 25 


4 75 ® 6 75 


4 26® 


4 86 


4 25® 


4 a5 


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6 60 


1 80 @ 


1 95 


1 66 ® 


1 85 


1 60 ® 


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10 00 ® 10 60 


16 00 


.. 


16 00 




16 (,0 




16 00 


121® 


m 


11^® 


"i-i 


114® 


"\\\ 


n^ 12 


28 (RV 


24 


23i® 


24 


23 @ 
22 ® 


284 


22 i® 28 


2:V@ 


24 


234® 


24 


22t 


22 .... 


88* 


. . , , 


as 






88 


82 


.281 




29J 




"iii 




884 .... 


6 75 @ 


7 75 


6 75® 


7 62'; 


6 75 ® 


7 624 


6 75 ® 7 87i 


26 50 




27 5(1 


.,,, 


27 50 




25 00 ....' 


16® 


**23 


22® 


'"24 


22® 


"24 


24® 26 


2 95 ® 


8 00 


2 95 




2 8(1 @ 


2 86 


8 05 ® 8 10 


1 50 @ 


5 ItO 


1 50 ® 


6 Of*) 


1 50 @ 


6 00 


1 50 ® 5 00 


7 75 @ 


6 00 


7 75® 


6 00 


7 76® 


6 00 


7 75 ® 6 00 


6 50 


.... 


6 50 


,.,. 


6 60 


.... 


6 50 


4 50 




4 50 




450 


.... 


4 50 


22 


.... 


21 


.... 


214® 


22 


21 ® 22 


12 @ 


"i8 


12 ® 


13 


"*? 


l'-'4 


114® 12+ 


8 @, 


15 


8 ® 


15 




14 


8® 16 


70® 


1 m 


70 @ 


1 02* 


70 @ 


1 024 


86 @ 1 10 


41 00 ® 46 00 


40 00 ® 45 0.) 


39 (lO @ 44 00 


39 00 @ 42 00 


85 00 @ 90 00 


85 (10 @ 90 (10 


85 00 @ 90 (10 


85 00 ® 90 00 


1U@ 


13 


Hi® 


13i 


Hi® 


134 


10,® 12f 


6 12i® 


6 82i 


6 80 ® 


6 35 


6 80 ® 


6 874 


6 25 @ 6 35 


80 @ 


80t 


80 @ 


81 


80 @ 


82 


80 ® 32 


5 50 % 


.8 00 


5 50 ® 18 00 


6 60 ® 13 00 


5 60 @ 13 00 


92 @ 


98 


1 ('3 @ 


1 (15 


93 @ 


1 00 


1 10 @ 1 11 


55® 


75 


60® 


82' 


66 ® 


774 


50 @ 72i 


48 ® 


52 


63® 


67 


48 @ 


52 


4S@ 53 


48 ® 


53 


61 ® 


53 


48® 


60 


47 @ 49 


4 75® 


5 (10 


4 75 ® 


4 874 


4 75 




4 70 ® 4 75 


6 25 ® 


6 50 


6 25® 


6 374 


6 26 


.,.. 


6 20 @ 6 25 


47 @ 


48 


^^m 


464 


42® 


43 


424® 484 


2 55 




2 40 @ 


2 55 


2 25® 


2 35 


2 26 @ 2 80 


1 (15 ® 


i'io 


1 00 ® 


1 024 


1 05 




1 05 .... 


1 95 


.... 


2 00 




1 95 


.... 


1 75 @ 1 77 


2 00 @ 


2 "05 


2 00 ® 


2"65 


2 CO 




195 .... 


1 45® 


1 50 


1 45 ® 


1 50 


1 45 


i'56 


1 45 ® 1 47 


1 02 ® 


1 03 


1 07 ® 


1 OS 


1 00 




9S @ 1 (0 


lOi® 


11 


loi® 


11 


104® 


"ii 


104® 11 


30 87 ® 


Bl 18 


81 00 @ 


n 75 


31 50 @ 82 00 


32 75 ® 38 25 


25 75 ® 26 25 


25 25 ® 


26 00 


26 00 @ 


27 00 


27 60 ® '28 26 


8 (10 @ 16 00 


8 00® 


16 00 


8 to® 


16 00 


8 00 ® 16 00 


12 00 ® 18 00 


12 00 ® 


IS 00 


12 00 ® 


18 0(t 


12 00 ® IS 00 


l."^*® 


16 


15 ® 


154 


164® 


184 


17® 19 


17i@ 


18S 


18 ® 


194 


164®, 


20 


17 = ® 20 


20® 


39 


84® 


87 


20® 


86 


16 @ . .37 


19 @ 


23 


18 ® 


22 


13 ® 


IC4 


11 ® 16 


8 25 @ 


9 00 


8 00® 


9 00 


825® 


8 75 


9 25 @ 9 00 


2 50 




2 50 




2 50 




2 50 


46 




46 ® 


"47 


45 


.... 


46® 47 


18i® 


' 14i 


13 ® 


14 


13® 


14 


134® 14 


4 00® 


4 25 


4 00 


.... 


450 


.. 


5 25 


l:^i® 


14 




"is? 


134® 
22,® 


1S> 


18 


28i® 


24 


23 ® 


234 


234 


224® 28 


88® 


94 


83 @ 


95 


90 ® 


97 


924® 95 



228 



Prices of Commodities in the Year 1869. 



Articles. 



Breadstuff's— 

Wheat Flonr, snp bbl.. 

Wheat, Genesee extra... do.. 

live Flour, fine do.. 

C«'>rn Meal, northern do.. 

"Wheat, Genesee bush. 

Rye, northern do. 

Oats, northern do. . 

Corn (mixed W.) do,. 

Candles — Adamantine lb.. 

Sperm (City) do.. 

Coal— Anthracite ton. . 

L'pool (house cannen....do.. 
*Coffee— Brazil (prime) lb,. 

Java do.. 

Copper— Pig, Am. Ingot., .do.. 

t>lieathing, new do.. 

Cotton— Upland middling.. do.. 

Fish— Dry Cod cwt.. 

Mack'l No.l, Mass. shore.bbl. . 

Flax— Domestic lb . . 

Fruit— Raisins, layer. . ..box.. 
Furs— Beaver, Nor. dark. piece. 
Glass— Am. 6 x 8 to 7 x 9. . 50 ft. 
Gunpowder— Rifle 25 lbs. 

Shipping do.. 

♦Hides— B. Ayres. lb. . 

Savanilla do.. 

Hops do.. 

Indigo — Manilla. do. . 

Iron— Scotch Pie ton . . 

Assorted, ref. E. & Am.. do.. 

Sheet Russia, Med. No. 2.1b. . 

Lead— Pig, Spanish ... .100 lbs. 
Leather— Hemlock Middle. lb.. 
Liquors — 

*0t. Brandy, 4th pf.... gal. 

Dom. Whiskey, 1st proof. do. 
Molasses — Porto Rico gall. . 

M'lscovado do.. 

Cuba, clayed do. . 

Nails— Cut 100 lbs. 

Clinch do.. 

Naval Stores — 

Spirits Turpentine gall.. 

Rasin, common Dbl . . 

Oils— Whale gall.. 

Sperm, crude do.. 

Sperm, unbPched winter do. . 

Olive do.. 

Linseed do. . 

Paints—Oil, Red Lead lb.. 

Provisions — 

Pork, mess. West bbl.. 

Pork, prime. West do.. 

Beef, piain, mess do. . 

Beof. extra, mess do.. 

Pickled Hams lb.. 

Lard do.. 

Butter, N. Y. State do. . 

Cheese do.. 

Rice- Carolina 100 lbs. 

Salt — Li v'rn'l, Ashton's flne.sack 
Turk's Island bush . 

Seeds — Clover lb . 

Timothy bush 

Boap — Castile lb. 

•Snices — Pepper do. . 

♦Nutmegs do. 



September. 


October. 


November. 


December. 


$5 85® 6 20 


16 75 ® 6 00 


$6 25® 6 40 


$4 85 ® 6 10 


7 25@ 9 25 


6 25 ® 8 25 


6 40 @ 8 00 


6 30 ® 8 00 


650® 660 


4 75 ® 6 10 


4 75 @ 6 10 


4 90 ® 6 00 


6 75 


6 50 ® 6 75 


6 40 


5 25 


1 60 (a 1 70 


1 56 ® 1 75 


1 50 @ 1 65 


1 45 @ 1 60 


1 18 ® 1 28 


1 15 ® 1 20 


1 05 ® 1 12 


1 00 ® 1 10 


62 ® 65 


68® 65 


65® 68 


or.i® 66* 


1 14 ® 1 16 


1 00 ® 1 05 


1 01 ® 1 04 


1 12 ® 1 14 


20® 28 


21 ® 22 


20 ® 22 


20® 22 


48 


48 


45® 48 


45® 48 


8 50 ® 10 00 


8 00 ® 9 00 


9 50 ® 10 50 


9 00 @ 10 00 


17 00 


17 00 ® 17 50 


17 00 ® 18 00 


17 00 @ 18 00 


Hi® 12 


11/,® 12 


Hi® 12 


Hi® 12 


22 @ 24 


22"® 28* 


22 ® 22i 


22 ® 22* 


23 @ • 231 


21i@ 22.} 


22*® 22i 


22'® 22i 


82 .... 


82 


82 


82 


85 


27* .... 


20* .... 


25J .... 


7 75 @ 7 Sli 


6 75 ® 7 75 


6 50 ® 7 50 


6 50 ® 7 50 


25 00 


24 25 @ 24 50 


25 50 @ 26 00 


27 50 @ 28 00 


22 @ 23 


22 ® 23 


n ® 23 


20 ® 22 


8 05 @ 8 10 


8 30 @ 8 40 


4 50 


4 20 


1 60 @ 5 00 


1 50 ® 5 00 


50® 8 50 


50 ® 3 50 


7 75 @ 6 00 


7 75 ® 6 00 


7 75 @ 6 00 


7 75 @ 6 00 


6 50 .... 


6.50 


6 50 


6 50 


4 50 


4 50 


4 50 


4 50 


21 ® 22* 


21.'® 213 


22® 23 


22® 28 


Hi® m 


111® 12* 


11*® 12* 


Hi® 12* 


8® 12 


18"® 22 


18 ® 25 


16 ® 28 


77m 1 10 


77i® 1 10 


80 @ 1 10 


80® 1 10 


88 00 ® 48 00 


88 00 @ 42 00 


86 00 ® 88 00 


84 50 ® 86 00 


85 00 


85 00 ® 87 50 


85 00 


85 00 


11 ® 12i 


11 @ 12 


11 ® 12 


lO;® 11* 


6 38i® 6 50 


6 42*® 6 .50 


6 42*® 6 50 


6 80 @ 6 40 


80 @ 81 


80 @ 81 


80 ® 81 


80 ® 81 


5 50 @ 18 00 


5 50 @ 18 00 


5 50 ® 18 00 


6 50 ® 13 00 


1 15 ® 1 18 


1 20 ® 1 22 


1 IS ® 1 19 


1 04 ® 1 05 


50® 70 


53® 75 


50 ® 70 


50 ® 70 


48 ® 53 


48® 54 


48 ® 52 


8S® 45 


47 @ 50 


46 @ 49 


45 ® 49 


82 ® 40 


4 62i@ 4 75 


4 75 ® 4 87* 


4 75 


4 75 


5 12i® 6 25 


6 25 @ 6 87* 


6 25 


6 25 


41 i® 42i 


48*® 44* 


47® 48 


45 ® 4H 


2 36 ® 2 40 


2 20 @ 2 40 


2 20 ® 2 80 


2 10 ® 2 15 


1 05 ® 1 10 


1 05 @ 1 OS 


1 00 .... 


95 


1 80 .... 


1 75 1 77* 


1 70 


1 65 


195 


1 92,\® 1 95 


1'90 


1 85 


1 43 @ 1 45 


1 47*® 1 50 


1 47*® 1 50 


1 45 


r6 @ 98 


1 00 ® 1 02 


95 ® 9S 


92 ® 94 


lOi® 11 


10^® 11 


10*® 11 


lOi® 11 


81 75 ® 82 50 


81 50 ® 31 75 


80 00 ® 80 25 


29 00 ® 88 87* 


27 50 ® 28 00 


26 25 ® 27 00 


25 50 @ 26 00 


23 50 @ 24 00 


8 50 ® 18 50 


8 60 ® 18 50 


6 00 ® 18 00 


5 00 ® 18 00 


12 00 ® 17 00 


12 00 ® 17 00 


12 00 @ 17 50 


10 00 ® 17 00 


17 ® 19 


17 ® 19 


17 ® 19 


17 ® 17* 


17i® 20 


17 ® 19* 


16J® 18* 


18 ® m 


16 ® 87 


16 @ 42 
18 ® 16* 


85® 46 


85® 46 


13 @ 16 


17 ® 18* 


17® 18 


850® 950 


800® 925 


8 00 @ 8 76 


7 25 ® 7 62* 


260 


2 50 


2 60 


2 50 


45 


46 


47® 48 


45 


18® 14 


18 ® 14 


12 


Hi .... 


4 60 ® 6 00 


4 50 ® 4 75 
18 ® 18* 


4 00 


8 75 ® 4 00 


13® 18i 


18® 18* 


12.® 18 


22*® 28i 
90® 96 


24® 24* 
96® 1 00 


25i .... 
1 00 ® 1 12i 


25i 
1 00 ® 1 16 



Prices of Commodities in the Year 1869. 



229 



Aeticles. 



January. 



February. 



March. 



April. 



Spirits— 

♦Kuin, 4th proof gall. . 

Gin, Holland .do.. 

Sugars — SL Croix lb.. 

Mnscovado,fair to good ref.do. 

Crushed (Stuart's) best.. do.. 
Teas — Vouutt Hyson do. . 

Souchoiiic and Congou... do.. 

Gunpowder A; Imperial.. do,. 
Tobacco — Kentucky, mid. .do. . 

Manuf.Va. e.\. flue bright. do. . 

Tallow — American do. . 

W halebone — Arctic do . . 

"NVines — ♦Port gall. . 

Madeira do.. 

Claret, Bordeaux cask. 

Wool — S. A. Common 

Merino, unwashed lb.. 

Full Blood Merino do. . 

Pulled No. 1 do.. 



$4 50(^ 
8 75 

n @ 
Hi® 

62 @ 
TO @ 

1 00 @ 
10 @, 
40 @ 

T5@ 

2 00@ 
8 60 ® 

&5@ 
82 @ 
84@ 
47® 
85 (g^ 



4 76 

"m 

Hi 

i'io 

1 50 
1 90 

11 

85 

lU 

8U 
860 
7 00 
60 
85 
87 
58 
40 



$4 60(^ 
8 75 
11 @ 

ml 

15j 
82 @^ 
70 @ 

1 00@ 
10 @ 
60 @ 
12® 
85 

2 00 @ 
8 50@ 

85@ 
82 @ 
85® 
47® 
85® 



4 75 

**m 

111 

iio 

1 50 
1 90 

11 

85 
121 

s'so 

7 00 
60 
85 



40 



$4 50 ® 
8 75 
18® 
18® 
IS* 
82 ® 
70 ® 

1 00 ® 

60 ® 

um 

96(r(v 

2 00 ® 
8 50 ® 

35 @ 
82 @ 
85® 
47 ® 
85® 



4 75 
18l 

i'io 

1 60 
1 90 

11 

85 

Hi 

1 00 

8 60 

7 00 

CO 



40 




47 @ 
87® 



Articles. 



Spirits — ■ 

*lium, 4th proof gall. . 

Gin, Holland do.. 

Sugars — St. Croix lb . . 

Muscovado,fair to good ref.do. 

Crushed (Stuart's) best.. do.. 
Teas — Young Hyson, do . . 

Souchong and Congou . . . do . . 

Gunpowder & Imperial. .do.. 
Tobacco — Kentucky, mid. .do.. 

Manuf.Va. ex. fine bright.do. . 

Tallow — American do. . 

"Whalebone — Arctic do.. 

Wines— *Port gall . . 

Madeira do.. 

Claret, Bordeaux cask . 

Wool — S. A. Common 

Merino, unwashed lb.. 

Full Blood Merino do.. 

Pulled No. 1 do.. 



May. 



$4 60 ® 
8 75 
Hi® 

1H@ 

16 

82® 
70® 

1 00 @ 

9® 
80 @ 
lU® 
90 

2 00 ® 
8 50 ® 

85® 
82 @ 
85 ® 
47 ® 
87 ® 



4 75 

"183 
HI 

i'io 

1 50 
1 90 
lOi 
50 
llf 

8bb 
7 00 
60 
85 
83 
53 
40 



June. 



|4 50 ® 
8 75 

Hi® 
Hi® 
16 

82 ® 
70® 

1 00 ® 
10® 
80® 
Hi® 
91 ® 

2 00 ® 
8 50 @ 

85® 
82® 
85 ® 
47 ® 



4 75 

"m 

IH 
i'to 

1 50 
1 90 
11 
50 
Hf 
93 

5 50 
7 00 

66 



63 



July. 



$4 50 @ 
t5 25 

Hit 

16J 

82 ® 

70 @ 

1 00 ® 



Hi® 

95 @ 

2 00 @ 

8 50 @ 

85 @ 



4 75 

"isi 

m 

i*70 

1 50 

1 90 

lOi 

50 

Hi 

1 00 

5 50 
7 00 

60 
35 

85 ® 88 
47 ® 53 



August. 



$4 50 ® 

lii® 

Hi® 
15j 
82 ® 
70® 
1 00 ® 
9i® 
80 ® 
Hi® 



2 00 ® 

3 50 @ 
85® 
82 ® 
85® 
47® 



4 75 

5 25 

HI 

i'io 

1 50 

1 90 

10 

50 

12i 

95 

850 

7 00 

60 

85 

8S 

4:3 

86 



Articles. 


SejiUniber. 


October. 


Noteiriber. 


December. 


Spirits— 
*Kum, 4th proof gall.. 


$4 50® 


4 75 


$4 50® 


4 75 


$4 50® 


4 75 


$4 50® 


4 75 


Gin, Holland do.. 




5 25 




6 25 




5 25 


5 25 




Snsars— St. Croix lb. . 


Hi® 


18i 


12 ® 


14 


iii® 


13i 


lOi® 


13 


Muscovado.fair to good ref.do. 


Hil® 


H^ 


Hi® 


^n 


Hi 


Hi 


lOj® 

isi 


Hi 


Crushed (Stuart's) best. .do.. 


15J 




16J 




15^® 






Teas — Young Hyson do. . 


82® 


i io 


82 @ 


1 70 


82 ® 


1 70 


82® 


i 70 


Souchong and Congou.. , do.. 


70® 


1 50 


70® 


1 50 


70 ® 


1 50 


70® 


1 60 


Gunpowder & Imperial.. do.. 


1 00® 


1 90 


1 00 ® 


1 90 


1 00® 


1 90 


1 00 ® 


1 90 


Tobacco — Kentucky, mid . . do . . 


9i® 


10 


10 J® 


^^i 


103® 


Hi 


10i@ 


H 


Manuf.Va. ex. fine bright.do.. 


80 ® 


50 


85 ® 


55 


86 @ 


55 


85 ® 


65 


Tallow — American do. . 


Hi® 


12 


Hi® 


12 


11 @ 


Hi 


loi® 


m 


Whalebone— Arctic do.. 


95 ® 


1 00 


1 00 ® 




1 00 ® 




95 ® 




Wines— "Port gall. . 


2 00 ® 


8 50 


2 00 ® 


8 50 


2 00 ® 


850 


2 00 @ 


S 50 


Madeira do.. 


8 50 ® 


7 00 


8 50 ® 


7 00 


8 50 ® 


7 00 


8 50 ® 


7 00 


Claret, Bordeaux cask. 


35 ® 


60 


85 ® 


60 


85 ® 


60 


m @ 


60 


"V^ool — S. A. Common 


82 ® 
85 ® 


85 

88 


82 ® 

85® 


85 

88 


82 ® 
&5 ® 


85 

38 


• 32 @ 
85 ® 


85 


Merino, unwashed lb.. 


88 


Full Blood Merino do.. 


47 ® 


53 


47 ® 


53 


47 ® 


5;i 


47 ® 


68 


Palled No.l do.. 


88 ® 


86 


83 ® 


86 


83 ® 


^6 


88® 86 



* Articles marked * are at Gold Prices. 



t New Crop. 



% Currency. 



230 



Fluctuations in Stocks, 1866-1869. 



FLUCTUATIONS IN STOCKS, 

In 1866, 1867, 1868, 1869. 



Fluctuations in tlic Philadelphia Stock Market, including Government and State 
Bonds, and Railroad Shares and Bonds, Bank Shares, &c. 

Prepared by Bowen & Fox, Brokers, Philadelphia. 



Philadelphia 6's 

Do. 6's, new . , 
Do. 5's 

Penn.-vlvania 5's, trans. 



Do. 
Do 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



5's, coupon 
6's 



6's, reg 

6's, 1st series.. . . 
6's, 2d " .... 
6's, 3d « .... 
Inc. Plane Loan. 



United States 6*s, 1881 



Do. 
Do 
Do 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



i;eg 

7-30's, June and July. . . 

" August 

.'i-20's, 1862 

5-20's, " reg 

5-20's, 1864 and 1865... 
5-20's, " reg. 

5-20's, July, 1865 

5-20's, " reg 

5-20's, July, 1867 

5-20's, " reg 

10-40's 

10-40's, reg 

Alleghany County coup., 5's 

Do. comp. 5's 

Do. 20 year bonds 

Do. 5 per cent, scrip 

Alleghany City 4's 

Do. e's 

Pittsburgh 4 per cent 

Do. 5's 

Do. 6's 

Do. scrip 

Camden Co. bonds 

St. Louis Gold Water 6's 

New Jersey 6 per cent 

Tennessee 5 • " 

Do. 5 " scrip 

Camden & Amboy Railroad Shares. . . 

Do. scrip 

Do. R.R. bonds, 6's, 1867 

Do. 6's, 1870 



1866. 



Low't. High't. 

85 99| 

90^ 102| 
75| 86 

84 97 

85 97 
98 103| 



103 114^ 



98|- 106| 
98f 108| 
100| 115 



loif nil 
1071 iioi 



90 103J 
70* 76' 



74 75 



66 75i 
86 90 



100 103 

75 75 

7U 7U 

11. 5| 136 J 

36 54 

95^ 99 

89 98^ 



1867. 



Low't. 

93 

98| 

83 

92 

87^ 

lOO' 

100^ 

101 

lOlf 

102 



High't. 

98| 
102:^ 

90 
100| 
100 
103^ 
lOU 
104| 
105^ 

loej 




103 
103 



97| 

ioo| 

72| 
73 



103 
1003 

77 
811 



72^ 
59 



76 
59 



50 
70^ 
90 
70^ 



50 
75 
92 
73 



99^ 
72 
70 
122^ 
46 



103^ 

72 

70 
13.3^ 

99 



92 96| 



Low't 
951 
100 
87 
981 
95 
Oil 
02 

ou 

05 
06^ 



High't, 
lOlf 
105 
96 
101 
100 
105 
1041 
108 
109-^ 
112 



08 114| 
lOl 115 
041 1091 



081 114 

04 J 1091 

051 11 l| 

Ool 1101 

04; 

06| 114: 

07-1 112 



\h 114 
4 110^ 



Oil loiX 

72I 77" 



73^ 

79f 

72J 

60 

92 

50 

70 

89 

70 



77 

80 

75 

601 

94 

50 

74 

94 

70 



101^ 103^ 



124 131 
102 125^ 



96^ 98 



1869. 



Low't. High't 

93 98 
98| 102 
88 92 



95 

mi 

100 
100 
101 



100 

95| 

10.3 J 

lool 
losi 



103^ 109 
104| 113 
105 105 
112| 124| 
109 1241 



112 1231 

111 121} 

106i 122 J 

106| 1151 

106| 121 

108^ 1201 

107 122} 

108^ 120 

1051 1141 

102| 11 of 

741 80 

73} 75^ 



74 
61 
85 
55 
70 
90 
68 
95 



74 

65 

85 

60 

73 

95 

69^ 

95 



lOOi 105 
lOol 104 



117 131J 
63 68 



97 100 



Fluctuatiom in Stocks, 18C6-18C9. 



231 



Caraden&AmboyR.R. bonds G's, 1875 

Do. 6's, 1883 

Do. 6'8, 1889 

Do. mtg., 1889 

Pennsylvania Railroad S50 

Do. Ist niortg. bonds . . 

Do. 2d mortg. " 

Do. .*> year " 

Do. dcben. bonds 

Do. scrip 

Do. consol. bonds 

Do. receipts 

Do. allotments 

Reading Railroad Shares, $50 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Da. 
Do. 



preferred 

6's, 1870 

6's, 1871 

6's, 1880 

6's, 1886 

new 7's 

deben. bonds 

North Pennsylvania Railroad, •'&50. . . 

Do. 6's 

Do. 7's 

Do. 7 per cent, scrip 

Do. Chattel id's 

Little Schuylkill Railroad, $50 

Do. 5's 

Do. 7's 

Lehigh Valley R.R. shares, $50 

Do. preferred 

Do. bonds 6's, 1873 

Do. new 6's 

Do. new regis 

Do. scrip 

Philadelphia & Erie Railroad, $50 . . . 

Do. bonds 6's 

Do. 7's, 3d mortg 

Philadelphia & Trenton R.R. shares . . 113 



1866. 



Low't. High't 
84 92 



82 

81^ 

89 

53.1 

93 

91 



94 
92 
99 
60 
103 
99A 



Lowt. Uigh'l. 

86 92 

86 92 

83^ 90j 

90 98 

49^ 58^ 

97 101 

93^ 98 




42 
93 



8U 88 

llU 120 

28" 40 

95^ 95^ 
92 96j 

60^ 68 



89^ 98^ 



1867. 



51 51 



47| 55| 



93 97 

92^ 93 

89j 93 

100 1051 



31 39i 
86 90^ 



85 92 

110 119 

23 34 



93 96 

49^ 67^ 

62 62 

90j 96 



1868. 





17 .53i 
27 35 
86^ 94^ 



Do. bonds 6's. 
Williamsport & Elmira R.R., $50 

Do. preferred 

Do. bonds 5's 

Do. 7's 

Catawissa Railroad, $50 

Do. preferred 

Catawissa chat, mortg. bonds 

Harrisburg Railroad, $50 

Do 6's 

Phil., Bait., & Wilmington R.R., $50. 

Do. 6's 

Do. convert, mortg 

Camden & Atlantic Railroad, $50 

Do. preferred 

Do. 2d mortg 

Norristown, $50 

Northern Central Railroad, $50 

Do. bonds, 1900 



97 
26 
39 
66 
91 
20 



126 
98 
30 
43 
70 

100 
40 



231 461 



54 56 
90 93 
55i 58| 



107 116 



15 40 
23f 31| 
89j 95^ 




51 52| 
89^ 91 



56 
95 



51^ 62 
43 50 



9 9^ 
\1h 22 
75 75 
59 65| 
42^ 47I 



94 99 

50^ 56i 

66 70 

9lf 97 

90 96 

96 96f 



221 30 

85| 95 

75 8OA 

120^ 129} 

101 101 



96^ 

96 

88 

94a 
102 

82 

33^ 

87 

84 

80 
109 

41 



% 



100^ 

96 

91 

9 
106 

85 

39^ 

91 

91 

85 
109 

45 



95^ 
52 



99 
57^ 



30 
40 
60 
90i 
5 



32 
45 
65 
98 
11 



23^ 35 



51^ 55i 

89 94 

53 55 

95 95 

110 110 

0^ 15 



18 
75 
66 
43 
83 



22 

801 

71 

491 

85 



92 
92^ 
93 
14 
25 
85 
79 
115 



96^ 
95^ 
9: 
14i! 
335 
90j 
90J 
129^ 



30 
39 
58 
88 
9 
32^ 
97 
55 
90 
51^ 
93 



31 

41^ 

60 

93 

15 

40 

97 

55 

91^ 

54 

93 



72 
50 
84^ 



232 



Fluctuations in Stocks, 1866-1869. 



STOCKS. 


1866. 


1867. 


1868. 


1869. 




Low't. 


mgh't. 


Low't. 


High't 


Low't. 


High't. 


Low't High't 
83i 834 
52J 56 
36 41 


Alineliill Railroad $50 


54 


59i 


56^ 59^ 


55^ 


59 


V,!i<f l\^nn»svl ViiniJi Riiilroiid 


West Chester K.K. shares, $50 


8 
10 
92 

77 
31 
85 
44 


8 
10 

98^ 

37^ 
92^ 
46 








Do. preferred, $50 


15 

96 


15 

98 


18 
97^ 

88 


18 
971 

88 




Do. bonds, 7's 


971 97i 
90 90 


Do. S's 


Lon"" Island R R. shares, $50 




Do. bonds, 6's 


90 
95' 


92 
'95* 


93 
42 
93 
36 
82 
5 
10 
68 


93 

45i 

93 

40i 

82| 

5 
10 
70 


98^ 98^ 


Tio"-a R.R. shares, $50 




91 95 


Oil Creek & Allcdiany River, $50 




36 44| 

80 80 


Do. 7's 






Steubcnville & Indiana, old stk., $50 . . 






•H H 








Do. 1st mort. bonds 






10\ 76 


Hunt & Broad Top R.R. shares, $50.. 

Do. 1st mort. bonds 

Do. 2d " 


16 
80 
75 
80 
2i 


191 
87 
80 
80 
3 








62 


62 


75 83 


Do. 7's 


30 


50^ 





25 25 


Chester Valley R.R. shares, $50 

Do. bonds, 7's 




45| 
60 


45f 
60 


5U 
61 


n 




Baltimore Central R.R. bonds 

Belvidere & Del. R.R. 1st mortg 


55^ 


55^ 


85* 89^ 
80 83 




85 


85^ 


80 


86 


82^ 

78 

88 

83^ 

90 

90 


88 

84 

92^ 

87 

91i 

90 


Do. 3d mortff. bond » . 


76^ 80 
85 86 
83 89 
89i 89^ 
89 95 


Camden &, Burlington Co. R.R., 6's . . 

Connecting Railroad bonds, 6's 

Delaware Railroad bonds 


90' 


'931 


86 

88^ 

90 


86 
93 
90 


Junction Railroad bonds, 6's 




Junction R.R. 2d mortg ..... 






90 92 


Vermont Central R.R. 2d mortg 






32 


40 


34 39 


St. Louis, Vandalia & Terre Haute, 7's 






90 90 


Penn. & Hightstown R.R. bonds, 7's. . 






100 
94^ 
93 
95 
77^ 


100 

95 

95^ 
103 

83 




Penn. & New York Canal, 7's 






88 93 


Philadelphia & Sunbury, 7's 


87^ 

90 

80 


96| 
99 

88 


91 
96 

96 
75 


951 
100 
85 
96 
81^ 


90^ 96 
95 100 

80 85 


Sunbury & Erie R.R. bonds, 7's 

Warren & Franklin bonds, 7's 

Morris & Essex bonds, 7'8 


Western Pennsylvania, 6's 




75 


81^ 


79 81| 
58 64 


West Jersey R.R 




Do. bonds, 6's 


84 


88| 


85 


90 


85 


93^ 


88 93 


Do. 6's, 1883 


82 83 


Do. 7's 


.... ....| 


.... ....| 


.... .... 


95 95^ 

284 38 


Lehigh Navigation Co., $50 


511 
86| 


60 
93^ 


24 
80 
92 


55^ 

9ia 

92| 


18i 
80 

84 
60 
85^ 


303 

88i 

92 

82 

47^ 


Do. bonds 6's, 1884 

Do. " 6's, 1897 


8o| 84i 
83 89j 
76 84 


Do. " convert, loan.. . . 




Do. Gold Loan 




85^ 
24 

20 

83 

88^ 

70 

69 

76 

70 


85i 

52 

23 

35^ 

88 

92 

74 

803 

80 

85| 


88 100 


Do. scrip 


52 
21 
27a 

86 

83 

68^ 

75 

1^ 

82 


53 

381 

90 

92 

76^ 

86 

82 

89 




Schuylkill Navigation Co., $60 

Do. preferred shares 

Do. Imp. loan 

Do. bonds 6's, 1872 

Do. •* 6'8, 1876 

Do. " 6'8, 1882 

Do. boat 6's 


9 
17.^ 
78^ 
85 
66 
69i 


13| 

22| 

80 

90 

68^ 

74} 


9 lOf 
15 21} 
63a 64 
77 89 
6ia 67 
5lJ 70 


Do. boat 7's 


72 


75 


70 74 



Fluctuations in Stocks^ 1866-1869. 



233 



Morris Canal Co 

Do. preferred 

Do. 1st inort. bonds 

Do. 2d mort. " 

])o. boat loan 

Do. serip 

Susquehanna Canal Co. shares, $50. . . 

Do. bonds, 6's 

Do. scrip 

Union Canal Co. shares, $50 

Do. prefei-red bond 

Do. 6's " 

Do. interest bonds 

Ches. and Delaware Canal, $50 

Do. 6's 

Delaware Division Canal shares 

Delaware Division Canal bond, 6's. . . . 
West Branch Canal shares 

Do. bonds, 6's 

"Wyoming Valley Canal 

Do. bond, 6's 

Delaware & Raritan Canal Bonds 

Pennsylvania Canal Co 



Banks : — 

Central National Bank * 

City National Bank, $50 

Commercial National Bank, $50 

Commonwealth National Bank, $50. 
Corn Exchange National Bank. $50. 
Consolidation National Bank, $30 . . 
Farmers & Mechanics' Nat. Bank. . . 

Girard National Bank, $40 

Kensington National Bank, $50 

Manufacturers' National Bank, $25. 

Mechanics' National Bank, $20 

Bank of North America 

N. B. Northern Liberties, $50 

Pennsylvania National Bank, $35. . . 

Philadelphia National Bank 

Soutiiwark National Bank, $60 

Union National Bank, $40 

Western National Bank, $50 

National Exchange Bank 

National Bank of Commerce, $50., . 

National Bank of the Republic 

National Bank of Germantown, $50. 

First National Bank 

Second National Bank 

Third National Bank 

Fourth National Bank 

Seventh National Bank 

Miners' Bank of Pottsville, $50 

State Bank at Camden, N.J 

Trenton Banking Company 

Union Bank of Tennessee 

Planters' Bank of Tennessee 



1866. 



lX)W't 

67 
114 
89 
79 
83j 



nigh't 

90 
125 

95 

90 

93 



^1 



2 
19 

2U 
105 
90^ 
31 
78^ 
25 
87 
54 
80 
97 



66 
68 

3 

6 
28 
24^ 
120 
95^ 
59 
90 
30 
90 
70 
86 
97 



119 130 




54^ 66 
78 100 



139| 145 
95 95 



93 105 
[10 110 



8^141 
13 14 

* All bank shares are $100 par value, unless otherwise expressed. 



i86r. 



iMVl'i. 

35 
70 
88 
89 
89^ 



HIgh't 

91 
125^ 

93 

89 

93 



11^ 

58 

60;- 
1; r 
3: 

15i 



18i 
68 
65 

f 

23| 



29 36 



46 
86 
28 
80 
37 
75 
68 



59 

88 

30 

90 

57A 

86| 

88 



[15 130 
68 71 
51^ 58 
58 65 



66 
43 



71 
45 



130 143 

55 60 
110 110| 

30 33 

29| 33^ 
232 247 
lOOi 106 

55 60 
150 166 
100 108 

60i 63^ 

88 97 
110 110 

70 70 



135 140 



111 116 
108 108 
103 106 

55 55 
109^ 109^ 

60 60 



1868. 



Low't nigh't 
33 33 



70 

87 
81 



95 
93 

84 

85 




12 16 



37 42^ 
92 95 
46 53 

82 .82 



60 


60 




.... 


30 


36 


30 


30 


72 


78 


80 


80 



72| 

6l| 

67 

73 

45f 



123 135 
56 62 

111 120 
30 32 
29f 33i 

241 252| 

106 115 
56 59 

152^ 165 

107 107 
60^ 61 
86' 90 



97 97 

83 83 

140 154 



102| 105 



1860. 



Low't lligli't. 
29 30 
57^ 72 
80 87 



77 85 

62 71 

12 13| 

55 58 



f i 



13 



38 
90 
45 

82 



42 

96 
50 

84 



15 20 



124 


125 


73 


73| 


m 

68f 


60 


61 


70 


42 


^H. 


117 


125 


56 


60 


117 


117 


29} 

30| 


31* 


34 



231 243 

115 123 

58| 60 

155 163 

108 112 

53 58^ 

71 873 



99^ 102 



234 



Fluctuations in Stocks, 18GG-1869. 



STOCKS, 


1866. ! 1867. 

1 


1868. 


1869. 




Low't. 

96; 

122- 

100 

70 

90 

23 


High't. 
101 


Low't. High't. 


Low't. 

lis' 


High't. 

lis' 


Low't High't. 
84| 84| 


Northern Bank of Kentucky 


122^ 
100 

90 

91^ 

33 


Second & Third Sts. P. R. W., $50. . . 

Do. 1st mortg. bond 

Fourth & Eighth Sts. P. R. W., $50. . 

Do bonds. 


71 


90 


47 


73 


40 5oa 


26 

90 
40 
62 
18 


28f 
90 
40 
66 

22i 


251 


33 


27 33 


Fifth & Sixth Sts. P. R. W., $50 

Tenth & Eleventh Sts. P. R. W., $50. 
Thirteenth & 15th Sts. P. R. W., $50. 
Seventeenth & 19th Sts P R W $50 


40 
51^ 
19 
12^ 


47 
63 
34 
13 


33 

64i 

14| 


40 
73 
18^ 


35 40 
68+ 71 
16| 19^ 


Union Pass. R. R 

West Phihidclphia R. R 




37 

64. 

22^^ 

44| 

82 

24 

28^ 

90 

9| 

7 


44f 

66 

26 

48 

85 

27 

35 

90 


42 43 

60^ 64 
20 27 


Spruce & Pine Sts. R. W 






Chestnut & Walnut Sts. R.R-, $.50 


50i 


68 


44 


51^ 


45i 48i 
83i 8'il 
27| 29 
37 39| 


Girard College R.R., $50 


25 

29| 

93 

13j 

12;: 


30 
32 
93 

47| 
17| 


26 
30 

87 


28 i 

32| 

87 

15 

13i 


Green & Coates Sts., $59 


Do. bonds, 7's 


Hestonville Railway, $50 


lOi 13A 

9 9 
75 75 


Ridge Avenne R.R. shares, $50 

Lombard & South Sts. R. R. bonds.. . 


Delaware Alutual Ins. Co 








25 27i^ 
19 21 


Ins. Co. of North America 
















160 175 


Germantown Gas Co 








48 49 


Washin'^ton Gas Co 








25^ 25^ 
51 51 


Empire Trans. Co 








Philadelphia Exchange Co 








75 75 










1* H 

82 105 


Academy of ^lusic 


.... 





65 


102| 


Big Mountain Coal Co 






H H 


Buck Mountain " 








36% 40 


Clinton " 








i a 


Feeder Dam " 








4 e^ 

45 49 


Fulton " 








Locust Mountain " 








New Creek " 








■h! 


New York & Middle Coal Co 








North Carbondale " 









Shamokin " 








4^ 6 


Shamokin " bonds 




7lJ 7U 
1 31 


St. Nicholas " 










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FOREIGN IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF THE UNITED 

STATES. 

Aggregate Annual Foreign Imports and Exj)orts of the U. S., ending June 30, 1857-69. 





Total Imports. 


^° Ex^o'^r""' Fo"'*" Export.. 


Total Exports. 


Immiffranta. 
Aliem, 


Premium 

on Gold. 

AVge yrlr. 


1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 


$360,890,141 
282,613,1.50 
338,768,130 
302,166,254 
335,650,153 
205,771,729 
252,919,920 
329,562,895 
234,434,167 
445,512,158 
417,831,571 
371,624,808 
437,026,541 


$338,985,065 
293,758,279 
335,894,384 
373,189,274 
228,699,486 
213,069,519 
305,884,998 
320,035,199 
306,306,758 
550,684,277 
438,577,312 
454,301,713 
413,869,182 


$23,97.5,617 
30,886,142 
20,895,077 
26,933,022 
20,645,427 
16,869,466 
26,123,584 
20,256,940 
30,390,365 
14,742,117 
20,611,508 
22,601,126 
14,692,965 


$362,960,682 
324,644,421 
356,789,461 
400,122,296 
249,344,913 
229.938,985 
332,008,582 
340,292,139 
336,697,123 
565,426,394 
459,188,820 
476,902,839 
428,562,147 


251,306 
123,126 
121,282 
1.53,640 
91,920 
91,987 
176,282 
193,418 
248,120 
318,554 
298,358 
297,215 
352,-569 


V3,22 
46,06 
104,05 
57,72 
41,55 
38,62 
39,84 
33,79 


Ave. 


$4,374,771,617 
$336,520,893 


$4,573,255,446 

$351,788,880 


$289,623,356 
$22,278,719 


$4,862,878,802 
$374,067,600 


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THE BANKS OF CANADA, 



Acting under Charters, Janua 

Name of Bank. C 
ONTARIO AND QUEBEC. 

Montreal 

Quebec 

City 

Gore 

British North America 

Banquc du Peuple 

Niagara District 

Molson's 


ry, 1870, their 
apitalpaid up. 

.$6,000,000 . 
. 1,478,800 . 
. 1,200,000 . 
. 485,568 
. 4,866,666 . 
. 1,600,000 
. 308,114 
. 1,000,000 
. 800,000 
. 2,000,000 
. 400,000 
. 1,000,000 . 
. 1,000,000 
. 4,440,912 . 
. 1,200,855 . 
. 1,047,537 . 
. 312,.504 . 
. 1,540,948 . 

.30,681,906 . 


paid Capital, 
Circulation. 

. $236,993 

869,8.50 

452,059 

59,417 

. 1,276,099 

90,109 

261,191 

134,118 

. 1,124,980 

. 1,300,043 
197,843 
178,726 
114,054 

. 2,229,917 
401,637 
158,138 

'. ii68l',369 
. 10,766,543 


Circulation, Coin 
Coin, Bullion. 

. $5,503,192 . 
507,631 . 
342,679 . 

28,713 . 
871,959 . 
216,123 . 
102,403 . 
275,669 . 
508,433 . 
651,055 . 

62,540 . 
106,300 . 

59,640 . 

.. 1,869,786 . 

315,961 . 

100,928 . 

30,894 . 
. 1,431,112 . 

. 12,985,025 . 


, Total Assets. 
Total Assets. 

$29,961,842 
4,469,418 
3,215,230 

611,170 
8,191,670 
2,493,636 

917,012 
2,110,493 


Toronto 


. 4,324,297 
. 5,971,096 




838,342 


Banque Nationale 

Banque Jacques Cartier 

Merchants' 

Royal Canadian 

Union Bank Low'r Canada, 
Mechanics' . . . 


1,966,1.55 
2,204,590 
11,643,146 
2,095,279 
2,242,611 
545,602 




. 5,955,109 


Total, Ontario and Quehec. 

NOVA SCOTIA. 


89,756,706 


Mprohnnfs' Bnnk . 




Union Bank 


. 400,000 


154,580 


239,707 . 


1,205,939 


NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Bank of New Brunswick. . . 


600,000 


647,118 


. . 470,512 .. 


3,436,082 


St. Stephen's Bank 

People's Bank 


. 200,000 


111,399 


17,901 .. 


455,742 


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240 The Bank of France. 



THE BANK OF FRANCE IN 1867, 1868, AND 1869. 

Comparative Condition of The Bank of France, in January, 
1867, 1868, and November, 1869. 

liabilities. 

Jan. 3, 1867. Jan. 2, 1868. Jan. 8, 1869. Nov. 25, 1869. 

Capital of the Bank... Fr. 182,500,000.. 182,500,000.. 182,500,000.. 182,500,000 

Profits in add. to capital . 7,044,776. . 7,044,776. . 7,044,776. . 7,044,776 

Reserve of the b'k&brch's. 22,105,7.50.. 22,105,750.. 22,105,750.. 22,10.5,750 

New reserve 4,000,000 . . 4,000,000 . . 4,000,000 . . 4,000,000 

Notes in circulation 1,016,558,625 . .1,186,653,475 . . 1,371,732,250 . .1,362,267,800 

Drafts outstanding 16,578,406.. 33,618,884.. 33,737,413.. 48,715,100 

Treasury account 185,033,312.. 93,153,263.. 154,393,198.. 241.,426,479 

Accounts current at Paris. 240,039,320.. 360,987,432.. 270,906,510.. 314,063,991 

Do. in the provinces.. 39,844,905.. 47,000,645.. 45,016,198.. 46,226,102 

Dividends payable 12,398,251.. 9,513,968.. 6,411,114.. 918,241 

Various discounts 1,088,037.. 786,196.. 1,238,365.. 8,018,542 

Re-discounts 1,574,256.. 930,377.. 933,791.. 991,661 

Sundries 11,919,127.. 7,140,855.. 19,455,844.. 9,707,959 

TotalliabilitieSjFr.. .1,740,684,765. .1,955,435,621. .2,119,475,209. .2,247,986,401 

resources. 

Jan. 1867. Jan. 1868. Jan. 1869. Nov. 1869. 

Coin and bullion Fr. 675,053,965.. 983,082,245. .1,080,232,773. .1,234,840,626 

Commercial bills overdue. 527,209.. 4,686,373.. 292,948.. 180,858 

Do. discounted in Paris. 336,902,178.. 279,324,908.. 326,675,327.. 319,822,421 

Do. in the branches 368,323,362.. 272,209,465.. 301,365,105.. 295,968,399 

Advances on bullion 33,943,300. . 57,034,000. . 40,826,100. . 18,815,100 

Do. in the provinces .. . 8,224,400.. 11,511,577.. 4,038,100.. 2,581,380 

Do. on pub. sec. in Paris. 14,125,400.. 12,477,600.. 13,251,900.. 19,058,300 

Do. in the provinces. .. . 7,828,700.. 28,084,250.. 6,873,700.. 8,965,600 
Do. on obligations and 

railway shares 37,606,200.. 37,224,800.. 37,156,400.. 39,988,700 

Do. in the provinces 26,034,900.. 7,722,800.. 28,920,700.. 33,083,150 

Do. on securities in the 

Credit Foncier 743,600. . 990,300. . 962,200. . 1,097,600 

Do. in the provinces .. . 613,0.50.. 942,450.. 883,700.. 1,266,600 

Do. to the State 60,000,000.. 60,000,000.. 60,000,000.. 60,000,000 

Governme't stock reserves. 12,980,750.. 12,980,750.. 12,980,750.. 12,980,750 

Do. other securities ... . 36,065,237.. 35,988,737,. 80,633,437.. 80595,187 

Securities held 100,000,000 . . 100,000,000 . . 100,000,000 . . 100,000,000 

Buildings of the bank and 

branches 8,304,097.. 8,274,805.. 8,956,249.. 9,187,784 

Expenses of management. 5,310.. 43,934.. 7,221.. 2,123,069 

Sundries 13,403,107.. 42,856,627.. 15,418.599.. 7,430,877 

Total resources, Fr. 1,740,684,765. .1,955,435,621 . .2,119,475,209. .2,247,986,401 



STATISTICS OF THE 'VTORLD 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 

TO SUBJECTS CONTAINED IN 

THE MERCHANTS' AND BANKERS' ALMANAC 

FOB 1870. 

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Africa, bankers in, 120. 
Alabama, banks of, 3, 4Y. 

bankers of, 53. 

cotton crop of, 152. 

railroads of, 134. 

Albany, banks of, 26, 50. 

bankers of, 69. 

insurance companies of, 220. 

Alphabetical list of cashiers, 161. 
April, gold quotations, viii. 
Arkansas, banks of, 3. 

bankers of, 54. 

railroads of, 134. 

Astor, John J., sketch of^ 196. 

Wm. B., sketch of, 196. 

Asia, bankers in, 119. 

August, gold quotations in, xn. 

Australia, bankers in, 120. 

Baliiniore, banks of, 14, 49. 
bankers o^ 63; 



Bankers and savings banks in U. S., 53. 

eminent, 195. 

and brokers of New York City, 82. 

in London, 112. 

Bank of England, directors, 112. 

annual returns, 116. 

rate of discount, 15 years, 

117. 
Bank of France, 240. 
Banks of Canada, 97, 237. 
Barley, product of; U. S., 193. 
Barker, Jacob, sketch of, 197. 
Biddle, N., sketch of, 197. 
Boston, banks of, 15. 

bankers of, 63. 

bank dividends, 109. 

weekly bank returns, 135. 

miscellaneous dividends, 109. 

Bowditch, N., sketch of, 198. 
BreadstuflTs, monthly prices, 226. 
Brokers, New York, name^of, 82. 



Statistics of the World. 



Brooks, P. C, sketch of, 198. 
Buckwheat, product of, U. S., 193. 

Calendar pagCM for the year 

18G9, V. 
California, banks of, 47. 

bankers of, 54. 

■ . ■ insurance companies, 223. 

railroads o^ 134. 

Canada, banks of, 97, 237. 

bankers of, 81. 

Cashiers, alphabetical list of, 161. 
Channing, W, E., on Social Advancement, 

VI. 

Chicago, banks of, 7, 48. 

bankers of, 57. 

Chickering, Jonas, sketch o^ 199. 
Cincinnati, banks of, 32, 51. 

bankers of, 72. 

Clearing House of New York, 106. 

of Philadelphia, 108. 

Cleveland, banks of, 32. 

bankers of, 72. 

Coal, prices of, 1824-68, 138, 156, 226. 
Coffee, " " . 141, 226. 
Colorado, banks of, 3. 

bankers of^ 55. 

Connecticut, banks of, 4, 47. 

bankers of, 55. 

railroads of, 134. 

Cooper, Peler, sketch of, 199. 
Cope, T. P. •' " 200. 
Copper, prices of, 1824-68, 136, 156, 

219. 
Corn, prices of, 144. 
Corning, ErasLns, sketch of, 201. 
Cotton crops of the U. S,, 156. 

exports and crop of, 1860-68, 152. 

prices of, 1824-68, 151. 

Sea Island, 165. 

Dakota, bankers of, 55. 
December, gold quotations of, XVL 
Delaware, banks of, 5, 48. 

bankers of, 55. 

railroads of, 134. 

De Medici, sketch of, 202. 
Detroit, banks of, 20, 

bankers oi, 64. 

Discount, rate of, 15 yrs., 117. 
District of Columbia, banks of, 6, 47. 

bankers of, 55. 

Dowse, Tlios., sketch of, 202. 
Drawers of foreign bills, 128. 

Ell Inland, bank of. 112. 

Bank-note circulation, 116. 

bankers in, 1 18. 

rate of discount in, 117, 

— — pavings bank?, 182. 
Europe, e.\port of cotton to, 164. 
bill drawers on, 128. 



Europe, bankers in, 119. 

Express Companies jS". Y., list of, 96. 

February, gold quotations, vi. 
Fire Insurance Companies N. Y., 218. 
Fish, monthly prices, 226. 
Florida, bankers of, 65. 

cotton crop of, 152. 

railroads of, 134. 

Foreign bankers, list of, 119. 

bill drawers, 128. 

exchange, books on, 129. 

comparative values of, 236 

Fluctuations in stocks, 1866-69, 230 

London, 235. 

France, bankers in, 119. 

bank of, 240. 

drawers of bills on, 128. 

export of cotton to, 155. 

Fruit, monthly prices, 226. 
Fulton, Ro., sketch of, 203. 
Furs, monthly prices, 226. 

Oal latin, A., sketch o^ 204. 
Georgia, banks of, 6, 48. 

bankers ofj 55. 

cotton crop of, 155. 

insurance companies of, 223. 

railroads of, 134. 

Girard, Stephen, sketch of, 204. 

Glass, monthly prices, 226. 

Gold Exchange Bank, N. Y., 127. 

exchange, members of, 82, 95. 

daily price of, eight years, v, 184. 

Great Britain, exports of cotton to, 
154. 

annual expenditure, 15 yrs., 180. 

annual revenue, " 181. 

coinage of, " 182. 

savings banks of, " 182. 

imports and exports, " 183.. 

national debt, " 183. 

Grigg, John, sketch of, 205. 
Grinuell, H., " 206. 

Gunpowder, monthly prices, 226. 

Harndeii, TT. F., sketch of, 206. 
Hay, product of, U. S.. 194. 
Hides, monthly prices, 226. 
Hone, Philip, .«ketch of, 207. 
Hops, prices of, 1864-69, 147, 226. 

Idaho, banks of, 6. 

bankers of, 56. 

Illinois, banks of, 7, 48. 

bankers of, 56. 

railroads of. 134. 

Indiana, banks of 9, 48. 

bankers of 59. 

railroads of, 134. 

Indian corn, product, 192. 
Indigo, monthly prices, 226. 



ITie Merchants and Bankers* Almanac for 1870. 



Insurance companies, marine, fire, and 

life, in the U. S., 218. 
Iowa, banks of, 10, 48. 

bankers of, 60. 

" insurance companies, 223. 

• railroads of, 134. 

Iron, prices of, 1844-69, 137, 139, 140, i56, 

228. 

January, gold quotations, v. 
Jones, "Walter R., sketch of) 207. 
July, gold quotations, XI. 
June " •♦ X. 

Kan§a«, banks of, 12. 

bankers of. 61. 

railroads of, 134. 

Kentucky, banks of, 12, 48. 

bankers of, 62. 

insurance companies, 223. 

railroads of, 134. 

tobacco, prices of, 158. 

King, James G., sketch of, 208. 

Liawrence, A,, sketch of, 208. 

C. W., " 209. 

Lead, monthly prices, 226. 
Leather, monthly prices, 226 
Leavenworth, banks of, 12. 

bankers of, 61. 

Leavitr, David, sketch of, 209. 

Life insurance companies of the U. S., 

218. 
Liquors, monthly prices, 226. 
Liverpool, bankers in, 118. 
London, bankers of, 112. 

U. S. bonds in, 236. 

exchange on, 10 yrs., 236. 

list of bill-drawer^ on, 128. 

discount houses, 114. 

Lonsrworth, N"., sketch of; 209. 
Louisiana, banks of, 12, 49. 

bankers of^ 62. 

cotton crop of, 152. 

railroads of, 134. 

Louisville, banks o^ 12, 48. 
bankers of, 62. 

IVTaiiie, banks of, 13, 49. 

bankers of, 63. 

railroads of, 134. 

March, gold quotations, vn. 
Marine insurance companies, 218 
Maryland, banks of, 14, 49. 

bankers of, 63. 

railroads of, 134. 

Massachusetts, banks of, 15. 

' bankers of, 63. 

insurance companies, 223. 

railroads of, 134. 

May, gold quotations, ix. 
Merchants, eminent, with plates, 195. 



Michigan, banks of, 20, 50. 

bankers of, 64. 

railroads of, 134. 

Milwaukee, banks of, 46. 

bankers of, 80, 

Minnesota, banks of, 21, 60. 
bankers of, 65. 

railroads of, 134. 

Mississippi, banks of, 22, 60. 

bankers of, 66. 

railioads of, 134. 

Missouri, banks of, 22, 50. 

bankers of, 66. 

insurance companies, 223. 

railroads of, 134. 

Molasses, prices of, 1 824-69, 148, 226. 
Montana, banks of, 22. 

bankers of, 68. 

Monthly prices at New Tork for forty-four 

years (1825-69), 136. 226. 
Morris, Robert, sketch of, 210. 

!Vail§, monthly prices, 228. 

National banks, list ofj 1. 

banks of the city of New York, 

liabilities and resources oi^ 1869, 

100. 

stock exchange, 95. 

Naval stores, monthly prices, 228. 
Nebraska, banks of, 22. 

bankers of, 68. 

railroads of, 134. 

Nevada, banks of, 23. 

bankers of, 68. 

New Hampshire, banks of, 23, 60. 

bankers of, 69. 

railroads of, 134. 

New Jersey, banks of, 24, 50. 

bankers of, 69. 

insurance companies, 224. 

railroads of, 134. 

New Orleans, banks of, 12, 49. 

liankers of, 63. 

New York, bankers o^ 82. 

banks of. 1, 47. 

bank statistics, 1 00. 

Board of Fire Underwriters, 96. 

Clearing House, 1 06. 

prices of staples, 226. 

City, banks of, 1, 47, 94. 

bankers of, 82. 

weekly bank returns, 136. 

insurance companies in the year 

1869, 218. 

State, banks of, 26, 50. 

: bankers of, 69. 

insurance companies, 220. 

railroads of^ 134. 

savings banks, 177. 

Stock Exchange, members o^ 82. 

North Carolina, banks of) 32. 
bankers of, 71. 



Statistics of the^ World. 



North Carolina, railroads of, 134. 
November, gold quotations, xv 

Oat§, prices of, 1824-69, 146, 226. 

product of, U. S., 198. 

October, gold quotations, XIV. 
Ohio, banks of, 22, 51. 

bankers of, 72. 

insurance companies, 224. 

railroads of, 134. 

Oils, monthly prices, 228. 
Oregon, banks of, 35. 

bankers of, 74. 

raihroads of, 132, 134. 

Paris, list of bill drawers, N. Y., 128. 

list of bankers, 115. 

Peabodj, Geo., sketch of, 211. 

Pennsylvania, banks of, 36, 51. 

bankers of, 75. 

insurance companies, 226. 

railroads of, 134. 

Perkins, Tho. H., sketch of, 212. 

Philadelphia, banks ofj 36. 

bankers of, 75. 

insurance companies, 224. 

Clearing House of, 1Q8. 

fluctuaiions in stocks, 230. 

weekly bank returns, 135 

Pittsburgh, banks of, 39, 51. 

bankers of, 75. 

Pork, prices of, 1824-69, 143, 227. 

Potatoes, product of, U. S., 194. 

Prices, dailv, of gold at New York for each 
day, from 1863 to 1869, 188. 

— — monthly, of bar and pig iron, copper, 
anthracite coal, coffee, pork, corn, 
wool, rye, oats, hops, molasses, 
sugar, wheat, cotton, tobacco, 1825- 
1869, 136. 

monthly, of staple articles in the 

New York market in 1868, 226. 

Private bankers, U. S., list o^ 53. 

Canadii, 81. 

Providence, banks of, 42, 51. 

bankers of, 77, 

Provisions, monthlv prices, 228. 

Public debt of tlie U, S., 216, 236. 

Railroads, progress of, in the U. S., 

130. 
Repudiation, P. W. Chandler on, v. 
Rhode Island, banks of, 41, 61. 

bankers of, 78. 

railroads oC 134. 

Rice, mom lily prices, 228. 
Rye, prices of, 1824-68, 145. 
product of, U. S., 192. 

Safe Deposit Companies, 96. 

Salt, prices of, monthly, 228. 
San Francisco, banks of, 47. 



San Francisco, bankers^ of, 64^ 
Savings Banks of New York City, 1^ 

of New York State, 104. 

of Canada, 113. 

Scotland, savings banks, 182. 
September, gold quotations, xm. 
Sinking Fund, operations of, 21^^ 
Slater, Sam., sketch of, 212. 
Soap, monthly prices, 228. 
South America, bankers in, 120. 
South Carolina, banks of, 42. 

bankers of, 78. 

cotton crop of, 155. 

railroads of, 134. 

Spices, monthly prices, 229. 
Spirits, " " 229. 
State Banks, list of, 47. 

statistics of, 106. 

Statistics of Banks, U. S., 100. 

England, 116. 

France, 240. 

of Clearing House, 128, 177. 

of prices, 136, 226. 

of railroads, 130. 

Stock Exchange of New Yofk, ZMHK^spf 
members, 82. 

Philadelphia, 230. 

St. Louis, banks of, 22, 50. 

— — bankers of, 66. 

Sugar, prices of, 1824-68, 149, 22^^ 

Talloiv^, monthly prices^ 229?: 
Teas, monthly prices, 229. 
Telegraph companies N. Y., 96,. 
Tennessee, banks o^ 43, 6 J. 

bankers of, 78. 

cotton crop of, 153. 

railroads of, 134. 

Texas, bnnks of, 43. 

bankers of, 79. 

cottf)n crop of, 152. 

railroads of, 134. 

Tileston, Tho., sketch of, 21.^. 
Tobacco, prices of, 1824-1869, 158,- 
219. 

product of, IT. S., 194. 

Trust companies, list o^ 96. 

United States, National banks 

of, 1. 

bankers of, 53, 

cotton crop of, 1 52. 

State banks of. 47, 

imports and exports, 23?. 

bonds, prices six yeaM,r 235» 

238. 

in Londoiv, 235.' 

insurance compatiiea^ 218. 

railroads of, 132. 

public debt of; 216. 

cashiers of, IGl. 

bonds, described, 217. 



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Utah, banks of, 43. 
bankers of, 79. 

Yanderbf It, €., sketch of, 21^ 
Vermont, banks of, 44, 62. 

bankers of^ 79. 

insurance companies, 226. 

railroads of, 184. 

Virginia, banks of, 44, 52. 

bankers of, 80. 

cotton crop o^ 153. 

insurance companies, 226. 

railroads ofj 134. 



Wales, savings batiks, 182. 
West Indies, bankers in, 120. 
West Virginia, banks of, 45, 52. 
— bankers of, 80. 

railroads of, 134. 

Wheat, prices of, 1824-68, 150, 218. 
— — product of, U. S., 192. 
Wines, monthly prices, 229. 
Wisconsin, banks of, 46, 52. 

bankers of, 80. 

railroads of, 134. 

Wool, prices of, 1824-69, 142, 229v 
Wyoming, banks of, 81. 



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1 The Specie Clerk of tlie TJ^ion Bank. {Frontispiece.) 

2 The Board of Directors Discounting Notes. 

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17 Inside — The Consequences of Two per cent, a Month. 
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19 Matthias, Porter of the Bank of the State of New York. 

20 Old Father Cole, the Bank Porter. 

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23 The Clearing House Manager in his Pulpit. 

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23 A Ton of Gold. - - - 

26 The Specie Clerk with Haifa Million in Mspooket. 

27 Financial Chart. 

28 Wall Street on the Day of Specie Suspenatdn. 
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